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“Reginald Rose’s 1955 play has been something of a standby in the half-century since it was first performed, going through several different versions and interpretations. “

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“I am a man who paints. Nothing more nothing less. I paint what I see. I paint how I feel.” Allana reviews the new stage production…

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“First performed in 1959 to great acclaim, and translated into 19 languages, this Bill Kenwright revival is acted to perfection by Felicity Kendal and Simon Callow.”

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“Nunn’s new production of Scenes from a Marriage packs a punch. A really hard punch. So hard was the punch that it packed, I had to have a stiff drink afterwards just to calm my nerves.”

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“There is nothing subtle about it, Barking in Essex is like being caught in a wind tunnel for two hours and being blasted with a tirade of swearing and abuse…”

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“Simon Callow examines Wagner’s history whilst delving into his psyche, attempting to understand what made him tick and how he came to produce such momentous, if divisive, works and opinions.”

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“How you react towards Kevin Toolis’s ingenious one-man play…will largely depend on which end of the political spectrum you belong to.” Alex Larman politicises the Edinburgh Fringe’s smash hit…

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“The standing ovation at the Harold Pinter Theatre on Friday night said it all. Lucy Kirkwood’s new play…is phenomenal.” Tom Garton reviews Chimerica…

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“Strikingly resonant and exquisitely executed, beg, borrow, steal to get your hands on a ticket.” Allana reviews A Doll’s House at the Duke of York’s Theatre.

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