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BRIGHTON FRINGE: Rope – Rialto Theatre

Creator: Pretty Villain Productions Ltd  Reviewer: Simon Topping Pretty Villain Productions Ltd produce a taught reworking of Patrick Hamilton's well-loved play of dark deeds and calculated murder, Rope; loosely based on an early twentieth-century true-life American crime scandal. In a fashionable 1920's Mayfair apartment two young men have just committed a murder. The body lies in a large chest in ...

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BRIGHTON FRINGE: Glengarry Glen Ross – Rialto Theatre

Glengarry Glen Ross

Writer: David Mamet Director: Roger Kay Reviewer: Fergus Morgan   David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross is a terrific play, stuffed full of authentic dialogue, brimming with testosterone, and – like all great 20th Century transatlantic drama from O’Neill to Labute – saying something really quite profound about the American Dream. It effortlessly draws one into the dog eat dog world ...

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