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The Winslow Boy

The new production of Terence Rattigan’s 1946 hit play THE WINSLOW BOY that is touring the UK is a vivid reminder of just what a good playwright Ratti...
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The Winslow Boy

Terence Rattigan’s classic play, The Winslow Boy, is welcomed to the Birmingham Rep stage with class, style and precision. The play follows Ronnie Win...
French Without Tears Orange Tree Theatre
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French Without Tears

There is a lot of Rattigan about in London recently, and rightly so. Few of his fifteen or so plays are without value, several are still hardly known,...
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The Deep Blue Sea

Helen McCrory and Carrie Cracknell, who worked together on The National Theatre’s Medea, reunite for The Deep Blue Sea, a play with none of Medea’s wi...
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Flare Path

I was very keen to catch up with this play, which is now touring extensively in a solidly cast and directed production. It has become a work of some h...
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Flare Path

As Rattigan was to write six years later at the end of The Browning Version, “occasionally an anti-climax can be surprisingly effective”. The genius o...
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First Episode

First Episode explores the changing attitudes of sexuality through a brilliant depiction of lust and infatuation in the play. It follows the lives ...