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Speaking in Tongues: The Lies and The Truths – Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh

multiple swivel chairs in a black room

Writer: Andrew Bovell Director: Kathleen Douglas Reviewer: Stephen Bates Sometimes known as “glossolalia”, the term “speaking in tongues” relates to the use of words that have no meaning to the speaker. In Andrew Bovell’s two new plays, such words could form lies or they could be part of mindless ritual behaviour, but the proposition is made that ill-considered verbal communications ...

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Dracula – Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield

Director: Peter Mimmack Writer: Bram Stoker Adapted for Stage by: David Kerby Kelly Reviewer: Sue Collier [Rating: 3] Heartbreak Productions outdoor performance in the theatre’s beautiful Georgian courtyard has kind weather allowing the audience to enjoy a comfortable evening’s entertainment. The imaginative opening scene captivates the audience as the congregation of the 1897 funeral of 73-year-old solicitor Jonathan Harker. Instead ...

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