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Cyrano – New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-Under-Lyme

Writer: Edmond Rostand Adaptor: Deborah McAndrew Director: Conrad Nelson Reviewer: Matthew Bagnall Both heart-warming and heart-breaking in equal measure, this adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s play Cyrano de Bergerac is a poetic delight. Taking a classic and reimagining it into a culturally relevant piece of art is no mean feat, yet Northern Broadsides consistently achieve this through their adaptations. Cyrano is ...

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Hamlet Peckham – CLF Theatre, Bussey Building, Peckham

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Anthony Green Reviewer: Daniel Perks   “The play’s the thing.” It can summon up great anguish, heartbreak and suspense all in a couple of minutes. Britain’s most-watched playwright, Shakespeare, seemed well aware of this when he penned Hamlet and 400 years later it still grips audiences all across the globe. Naturally it is commonplace to find ...

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INTERVIEW: A trio of Hamlets for Hamlet Peckham

Sharon Singh, Max Calandrew and Izabella Urbanowicz in Hamlet Peckham

Hamlet is always seen as a big theatrical event. While the recent Benedict Cumberbatch Hamlet may have gained much media attention, audiences attending Shakespeare Peckham’s production of Shakespeare’s classic tale will certainly get their monies worth, with not one, but three Hamlets on stage. Ahead of press night, Glen Pearce spoke to the three Hamlets;Sharon Singh, Max Calandrew and Izabella ...

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