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NEWS: Return of festive favourite for Citizens Theatre’s first season at Tramway

Tickets are now on sale for the first two productions to be staged during the Citizens Theatre’s first season at Tramway: Cyrano de Bergerac and the return of one of the Citizens Theatre’s most successful productions to date, A Christmas Carol. While temporarily presenting work at Tramway, Citizens Theatre have stated that audiences can be assured that productions will retain ...

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Out of Blixen – Print Room at the Coronet, London

Dramaturg/writer: Paul Tickell Director: Kathryn Hunter Reviewer: Stephen Bates Most of us know very little about the writer Karen Blixen, her name conjuring up only images of Meryl Streep gliding above the Serengeti in a small plane piloted by Robert Redford. It is probable that Out of Africa was once screened at the art deco Coronet that has become the home of ...

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Manchester’s HOME announces new venue for the Autumn Season

The organisation which has seen the merger between The Library Theatre and Cornerhouse has announced its Autumn season will take place at Number One First Street – a vast contemporary office space which overlooks the company’s new £25m city centre home (which is on schedule to open in Spring next year.) The first of the three productions in the pop-up ...

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Romeo and Juliet – HOME at Victoria Baths, Manchester

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Walter Meierjohann Reviewer: Scott Stait HOME Manchester presents a bold reimagining of one of the greatest love stories ever told, that takes audiences by the hand and invites them to lose themselves in the faded beauty of the striking Victoria Baths. With the explosion of positive feedback that Angel Meadow generated, pressure was surely on for ...

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Crime and Punishment – Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Crime and Punishment – Citizens Theatre, Glasgow Director: Dominic Hill Writer: Chris Hannan Reviewer: Amy Taylor [rating:4] Poverty, pride and sanity form the basis of Dominic Hill’s Crime and Punishment, a new adaptation of Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s acclaimed novel of the same name. A co-production between the Citizens Theatre, the Royal Lyceum Theatre and the Liverpool Playhouse, this piece resurrects Dostoyevsky’s ...

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