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Monogamy – Park Theatre, London

Writer: Torben Betts Director: Alastair Whatley Reviewer: Scott Matthewman There is a moment where dinner, as prepared by Caroline Mortimer (“Britain’s second favourite TV cook”) emerges from the oven, charred and smoking, overdone because the character’s attention was wandering all over the place. As goes the family roast, so goes Monogamy, which collapses under its writer’s inability to focus. Torben ...

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Monogamy – Theatre Royal, York

Writer: Torben Betts Director: Alastair Whatley Designer: James Perkins Reviewer: Ron Simpson Monogamy is far from a wasted evening in the theatre – there are too many good lines and dramatic situations for that, plus three fine performances – but it is a disappointment for those who anticipated more solid and consistently entertaining fare, given the strength of the casting ...

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The Dover Road – Jermyn Street Theatre, London

Writer: AA Milne Director: Nichola McAuliffe Reviewer: Stephen Bates Those poor travellers trapped recently inovernight jamson the road to Dover may take some comfort from the knowledge that, back in the 1920s, things appear to have been evenworse. Then, according to AA Milne, the delay could have been as much asseven days. Milne's play was first seen in New York ...

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