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Things I Know to be True – Storyhouse, Chester

Writer: Andrew Bovell Directors: Geordie Brookman and Scott Graham Reviewer: Emma Boswell Andrew Bovell’s Things I Know to Be True is brought to life by Frantic Assembly and State Theatre Company of South Australia in Chester’s Storyhouse for a five-day run this week. The play tells the tale of Bob and Fran Price, a couple who have reached the autumn ...

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Things I Know To Be True – Curve, Leicester

Writer: Andrew Bovell Directors: Geordie Brookman and Scott Graham Reviewer: Natasha Hegarty Having grown into one of the UK’s most prolific theatre-makers, with shows such as the stunning Love Song and the tough Beautiful Burnout, Frantic Assembly is back with its newest production. Things I Know to be True is a collaboration with the State Theatre Company of South Australia, ...

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Things I Know To Be True – The Lowry, Salford 

Writer: Andrew Bovell Directors: Geordie Brookman and Scott Graham Reviewer: Peter Jacobs Things I Know To Be True is a modern Australian play by Andrew Bovell, now embarking on its third touring production since its inception in 2013. The play is a co-production between State Theatre Company South Australia and the UK’s own popular and critically-regarded Frantic Assembly. Direction duties ...

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Just So Stories – Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Writer: Rudyard Kipling Adaptor/Director: Vicky Ireland Designer: Lucy Weller Reviewer: Ron Simpson The target audience for Just So Stories is six+, so Vicky Ireland is careful not to strain the concentration of the younger audience members. Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories from 1902, fanciful tales of how animals developed the form they now have, are 12 in number, but this ...

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The National Joke – Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Writer: Torben Betts Director: Henry Bell Designer: Lucy Weller Reviewer: Ron Simpson Torben Betts’ new play is firmly in a glorious Scarborough tradition. Those with long memories will recall the shock with which theatre-goers realised that those delightful Ayckbourn farces weren’t delightful at all, but had a full set of teeth and used them freely. The National Joke is mid-period ...

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The Heretic : Library Theatre Co – Lowry Theatre, Salford

Writer: Richard Bean Director: Chris Honer Reviewer: Tracey Lowe [rating:4] Riding on the undeniable success of the Tony and Olivier award nominated 'One Man, Two Guvnors', the Library Theatre Company have picked up on Bean's other 2011 play, 'The Heretic'. With slightly less accessible content than 'Guvnors' (the main focus of the play is global warming), and not a celebrity ...

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