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A Goverment Inspector – Liverpool Playhouse

Writer: Nikolai Gogol Director: Conrad Nelson Reviewer: Sally Cinnamon [rating:4]   Gogol’s original dark masterpiece holds a mirror up to the corruption in the Russia he found himself in. Disgusted with the bureaucrats and their propensity to succeed among decent folk, the writer makes us, his audience, culpable. No matter how many continents one crosses, how much time passes (bearing ...

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A Government Inspector – Harrogate Theatre

Writer: Nikolai Gogol, adapted by Deborah McAndrew Director and Composer: Conrad Nelson Designer: Dawn Allsopp Reviewer: Katie Lee [rating:3] ‘If you did it, deny it’ forms the translation of the motto of this small Pennine town. A Yorkshire setting, created by Deborah McAndrew, provides an intriguing holiday home for Gogol’s classic tale of corruption and bribery. After beginning his career ...

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