Long Day's Journey Into Night. Photograph Hugo Glendinning
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Long Day’s Journey into Night

I tend to give marathoners a bit of leeway. It’s difficult to begrudge runners a few wobbles in a race that would kill most of us, especially when it’...
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No Man’s Land

In a play preoccupied with a no-man’s land of frozen stasis, and the desire to once again reach solidity, the set allows for no such illusions. The tr...
The-Truth Wyndham's Theatre
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The Truth

With a portentous title like "The Truth", one might expect a searing drama in this latest outing from the author of The Father, the play for which Fra...
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People, Places, Things

The experimental psychiatrist R.D. Laing once argued that what is widely regarded as mental illness is in fact a rational response to an irrational si...
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Hangmen

Interior, public house. Oldham. The North. England, 1965. Welcome to the office of Harry Wade, Britain’s last (and second-most-famous) hangman. Or...
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The Father

Be prepared for a brief hour and 25 minutes of a totally absorbing, gripping and unsettling journey, when you take your seat at the Wyndham’s theatre ...
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The Mentalists

Emblazoned across the advertisements for Richard Bean’s revived production of The Mentalists are all the reasons it should be a success. Success it mo...
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A View from the Bridge

Stripped down to a brightly lit box, no furniture except for a single wooden chair, the social realism of Arthur Miller’s tragedy becomes intensely po...
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Three Sisters

Konchalovsky is not only a legendary film-maker but, on the evidence of his productions now in London, a great theatre director. The two productions o...
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Uncle Vanya

Chekhov’s Uncle Vanyais subtitled Scenes from County Life in Four Acts and the irony is apparent at the outset of Konchalovsky’s production with Mosco...