Author Abra Dunsby-Sircana

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“It is a masterfully constructed play that is both sharply funny and acerbically astute in its depiction of the flawed relationships of the British middle classes.”

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“Graham Greene’s classic comedic novel tells the story of dahlia-tending, former bank manager Henry Pulling, who is dragged out of a suburban existence and onto a life-changing journey of adventure and discovery…”

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At a time when Tory politicians are considering scrapping the Human Rights Act, Rattigan’s call for integrity remains highly topical, despite having been written over 60 years ago.

Film
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Set in America’s Deep South two years before the outbreak of the civil war, Django…

Theatre
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‘Life has no pleasure higher or nobler than that of friendship’, said Samuel Johnson in The Idler. This is the jubilant message of Amelia Bullmore’s ode to youth and female solidarity which will delight women in its hilarious honesty.

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“I found myself at the Donmar Warehouse, preparing to watch Phyllida Lloyd’s Julius Caesar – arguably the most masculine of Shakespeare’s plays – performed by an all-female cast.”