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“Director David Grindley well deserves the acclaim he received on its first outing in New York and more recently at the Theatre Royal Bath. It’s a real treat to see the play now making its presence felt here in London.”

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“For some, the “comedy” in Shakespeare’s comedies often seems arcane. Either it’s wrapped up in linguistic mystery or it relies too heavily on puerility.”

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This Northern Broadsides revival of Githa Soweby’s 1912 play, Rutherford & Son, appears at the St…

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The UK premiere of David Mamet’s Race at Hampstead Theatre is compelling, funny, and shocking. The design is…

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“This production is a gem, making the absolute most of its venue and pouring imagination into the tale, to charming and thought-provoking effect.”

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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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“Dividing the audience, from many grimacing to others laughing enthusiastically, London Wall charts the affairs of the staff at the bustling London solicitor’s office Walker and Windermere…”

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“Set in an ‘institution’ of some description with ‘patients’ referred to only by a series of numbers, The Hothouse is certainly not one of Pinter’s best known plays…”

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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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“First premièred in 1981, this revival 30 years on proves Passion Play is a timeless and truthful portrayal of the consequences of betrayal and the fragility and importance of trust.”

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“Actress-turned-director Maria Friedman has taken this production through a run at the Menier Chocolate Factory, where it won the 2012 Critics’ Circle award for Best Musical before transferring to the West End.”

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23rd April marked Shakespeare’s 449th birthday, and this anniversary seemed a good opportunity to revisit…

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