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Clockwork Canaries -Theatre Royal, Plymouth

Writer: Christopher William Hill Director: Luke Kernaghan Reviewer: Joan Phillips Billed as a bloodthirsty comedy, Clockwork Canaries struggles to completely get its act together until the final 30 minutes of the play, by which time one could argue is simply too late. Maximilian Dressler (Dominic Marsh) is a desperate inventor who lives with his daughter, Tatiana. From the outset things ...

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Tristan and Yseult – Bristol Old Vic

Writers: Anna Marie Murphy and Carl Grose Adaptor and Director: Emma Rice Reviewer: Kris Hallett If theatre ever had their own version of Desert Island Discs, Kneehigh would have to be a strong contender for the luxury item. No company brings as much joy to a packed auditorium as them when they are in full flow. No company fulfils the mantra ...

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STAGE SHOT: Peter Pan – National Theatre

Today the National Theatre released the production images for their annual family Christmas show. This year's treat is an adaptation of J.M Barrie's Peter Pan in a co-production between with Bristol Old Vic. When Peter Pan, the leader of the Lost Boys, loses his shadow during a visit to London, headstrong Wendy helps him re-attach it. In return she is invited to Neverland ...

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