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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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Tom McNab’s play 1936 is a dramatisation of the events that led up to the…

Theatre Chariots of Fire
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“I’m exhausted, having just watched Chariots of Fire on stage, so Lord knows how the poor actors feel.” Rachel enjoys the theatrical spectacle of Chariots of Fire at the Gielgud Theatre…

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“I’m not cool enough for East London. I always get lost and the shabby-chic trademark of most establishments to the right of Liverpool Street troubles my neat-freak inclinations…”

Theatre Original BBC production of Abigail's Party
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“A play which relies entirely on a strong cast, Jill Halfpenny leads by example as the caricature-like Beverley; an aspirational department store beauty consultant with a passion for the music of Demis Roussos.”

Theatre Director Simon McBurney (c) Eva Vermandel
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“Until attending Complicite’s dazzling adaptation at the Barbican, Mikhail Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita represented something of a literary blind spot for me.” Will Hunt reports…

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