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Frost/Nixon – Crucible Theatre, Sheffield

Writer: Peter Morgan Director: Kate Hewitt Designer: Ben Stones Reviewer: Charlotte Broadbent Frost/Nixon is a colossal undertaking of a play. Even the title holds nothing back and straight away reveals to the audience what to expect. A fictionalised account of the infamous showdown between David Frost and Richard Nixon which was televised in 1977 and effectively brought about the end ...

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Ice Road – Jacob’s Wells Baths, Bristol

Writer: Sharon Clark Director: Kate Hewitt Designer: Conor Murphy  Music: Timothy X Atack  Reviewer: Leah Tozer  It’s late. We’re walking into a snow-covered scene, carrying a rose to ‘pay our respects’. We are greeted by rows of radios that remind us of gravestones that we pick up and put around our necks – and just like that, in walking from one room to another, Raucous’ Ice ...

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Tribes – The Crucible, Sheffield

Writer: Nina Raine Director: Kate Hewitt Reviewer: Jim Gillespie The regional premiere of Nina Raine’s 2010 play explores relationships from the perspective of Billy, born deaf into a hearing family. More accurately they are very much a talking family: bantering, arguing, debating, insulting one another, using sarcasm to mock one another, belligerent and boisterous. Deaf from birth, Billy uses hearing ...

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