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Vice Versa – Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon

Two men either side of a woman in Roman costume

Writer: Phil Porter Director: Janice Honeyman Reviewer:  James Garrington Loud-mouth General Braggadocio is convinced that he is one of the most popular men in Rome – especially with the women. His three servants – Feclus, Omnivorous and Dexter – all hate and despise him. Braggadocio has kidnapped Voluptua, Dexter’s former mistress, and is keeping her as a concubine but she ...

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STAGE SHOT: Peter Pan – National Theatre

Today the National Theatre released the production images for their annual family Christmas show. This year's treat is an adaptation of J.M Barrie's Peter Pan in a co-production between with Bristol Old Vic. When Peter Pan, the leader of the Lost Boys, loses his shadow during a visit to London, headstrong Wendy helps him re-attach it. In return she is invited to Neverland ...

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Jane Eyre – Bristol Old Vic

The cast of Jane Eyre at Bristol Old Vic

Author: Charlotte Brontë Music: Benji Bower Director: Sally Cookson Reviewer: Laura Hesketh   After an incredible run at London’s National Theatre, Sally Cookson’s epic reimagining of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre returns to Bristol Old Vic as a single thrilling piece of drama. Unlike many screen adaptations that have portrayed Brontë’s novel as a romance, Cookson and the ensemble’s interpretation of ...

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The Tempest – RSC at the Roundhouse, London

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: David Farr Reviewer: Jenni Rymer [rating:4] As part of the 2012 World Shakespeare Festival, the RSC are performing Shakespeare’s trilogy of ‘shipwreck’ plays. The performance of the Tempest at the Roundhouse is the climatic finale in this collection of productions and is brought to fruition by the directive talents of David Farr. There are always high ...

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The Comedy of Errors – RSC at the Roundhouse, London

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Amir Nizar Zuabi Reviewer: Ian Foster [rating:4] The endless whirl of festivals continues apace with the return of the RSC to its adopted London home at the Roundhouse. As part of the World Shakespeare Festival, which in turn is part of the London 2012 Festival, the RSC’s Shipwreck Trilogy brings together one company and two directors ...

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