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B – Royal Court, London

Writer: Guillermo Calderon Director: Sam Pritchard Reviewer: Maryam Philpott Is radical change ever possible without violence? For revolutions to successfully cause a shift in the fabric of society, surely collateral damage is inevitable, in some cases even desirable; the French wiped out their entire ruling class to change their political structure, the British sheepishly beheaded a King (for all the ...

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The Twits – Royal Court, London

Writer: Enda Walsh, adapted from the novel by Roald Dahl Director: John Tiffany Reviewer: Alex Ramon   Apparently inspired by its creator’s distaste for facial hair - “Do something against beards” was his notebook instruction-to-self - The Twits now takes its place as the latest Roald Dahl adaptation to make it to the London stage, following the great successes of ...

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Trelawny of the Wells – Donmar Warehouse, London

Writer: Arthur Wing Pinero (1898) With some most respectful additions and ornamentation by Patrick Marber (2013) Director: Joe Wright Reviewer: Michael Gray [rating:4] If you're a successful young movie director seeking to make your mark on the legitimate stage, you'd struggle to find a more "theatrical" piece than Trelawny of the Wells. Pinero's affectionate, autobiographical, and frequently very funny, look ...

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Fireface – Young Vic, London

Writer: Marius Von Mayenburg Director: Sam Pritchard Reviewer: Sarah Nutland [rating: 4] Thought provoking, witty and disturbing are just some of the words that could be used to describe the Young Vic’s latest production Fireface. We meet a dysfunctional family, which at first glance appears to be like many others, with somewhat alternative parents, a slightly deranged son and affected ...

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