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The Be All and End All – Theatre Royal, York

Writer: Jonathan Lewis Director: Damian Cruden Designer: Natasha Bertram Reviewer: Ron Simpson Actor/writer Jonathan Lewis’ new play, premiering at York’s Theatre Royal, takes a well-informed and shrewdly aimed shot at the dangerous absurdity of the present education system, especially in terms of tests and examinations. In schools where, in Ofsted terms, “good” is the new average and “satisfactory” has done ...

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The Importance of Being Earnest – Theatr Clwyd

A group of people dressed in victoriana over a pram

Writer: Oscar Wilde Director: Richard Fitch Reviewer: Clare Boswell The Importance of Being Earnest, currently in production at Mold’s Theatr Clwyd is one of Oscar Wilde’s most popular and enduring social satires and is a story which is familiar to most; at its centre is Jack ‘Ernest’ Worthing (Matt Jessup), who has made something of himself, despite not knowing his ...

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Much Ado About Nothing – Mercury Theatre, Colchester

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Pia Furtado Composer: Rebecca Applin Reviewer: Michael Gray No hint of the romance or sunshine of Messina here. We're in the spartan canteen of a British regiment – motto Perfer et Obdura. There's a telly in the corner, a servery, tables for mess and for ping-pong. A chorus of Homeward Bound and Don Pedro marches his ...

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