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“When I am an old woman I shall wear purple, with a red hat which doesn’t go, and doesn’t suit me. And I shall spend my pension on brandy and summer gloves
, and satin sandals, and say we’ve no money for butter.”

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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.”

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“From the mundane to the truly life-changing, the different paths our lives can or could have taken create a spaghetti junction of possible scenarios for the here and now (and future and past).”

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Twelfth Night needs no introduction, but the cast of this production might; there’s a chap called Stephen Fry you might have heard of, and another called Mark Rylance. It caused a frenzy at the Arts desk…

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In what appears to be a season of Chekhov fluttering through London’s West End, the latest production boasts an impressive cast on stage…and in the stalls, it would seem…

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“It’s just a bit of fun.” Rob Brydon takes to the West End stage in Alan Ayckbourn’s 31st play. With a sterling cast and direction by Sir Trevor Nunn, this is light-hearted entertainment for a mainstream audience.

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“The rawness of her writing, when performed by two such gifted actors, has a profoundness and power worthy of attention.” Sandi Toksvig’s Bully Boy at the St James Theatre…

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“Sheridan Smith has come one heck of a long way from the days of Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps.” Rachel reviews Hedda Gabler at The Old Vic…

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‘The everyday world is shrouded. We see it dimly. Only when we love do we see the true person. The truth of a person is only visible through love. Love is not the illusion. Life is.’

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