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Much Ado About Nothing – Festival Theatre, Chichester

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Christopher Luscombe Reviewer: Bill Avenell   The Royal Shakespeare Company and Chichester Festival Theatre treat the press to a double bill of Love’s Labour’s Lost and Much Ado About Nothing, presented one after the other, raising the often debated subject of is Much Adoindeed the lost Love’s Labour’s Won. Here is a chance to see both ...

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Miss Nightingale – The New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

Writer:Matthew Bugg Director: Peter Rowe Musical Director: Matthew Bugg Designer: Carla Goodman Reviewer: Michael Gray A nurse from the North Country longs to be on the burlesque stage. Her ambition is fostered by three men in wartime London – a black-marketeer Mr Fixit, a war-hero toff and a Polish Jew in exile. Matthew Bugg's labour of love began its life ...

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Parkway Dreams – Junction, Camb

Writer: Kenneth Emson Director: Ivan Cutting Songs: Simon Egerton Reviewer: Michael Gray [Rating:4] Another look at the recent history of Peterborough from Eastern Angles, part of the Forty Years On project. Like the glossy programme, Kenny Emson's docu-drama is stuffed with dates and statistics, and peopled by characters both real – Hezza, Maggie, Brucie, Winnie – and imagined – the ...

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