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BRIGHTON FRINGE:  Marie – The Warren, Theatre Box

Creators: House of Mirth Reviewer: Simon Topping Liz, the Landlady of the Prince Arthur, is hosting their regular theme night.  There are two rules to the evening, the first being that the person you choose must be dead and secondly you have to be dressed up to get in. Elsewhere in London, a young Scottish woman (Marie) steps off a ...

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Madness Sweet Madness: 24:7 Theatre Festival – Cosmo Concert Hall, Manchester

Writer: Georgina Tremayne Director: Phil Bartlett Reviewer: Dave Cunningham At the rear of the stage a shed-like structure glows mysteriously. It may represent the nature of mental illness: lurking ominously in the background and threatening to return. Or perhaps it is the place of refuge that a character is offered at one point. Certainly it is like much of Madness ...

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