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Sex Cells – Riverside Studios, London

Writer: Anna Longaretti Director: James Barry Reviewer: Rob Cottingham [rating:4] It’s not hard to see why Sex Cells is a good name for a play. It’s a pun, of course, and it also relates to biological cells. Plus it generates interest immediately into the content of the play and has one thinking about it before the play begins. There are ...

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The Misanthrope – Theatre Royal, Brighton

Writer: Moliere Adapter: Roger McGough Director: Gemma Bodinetz Reviewer: Bill Avenell [rating: 5] Reviewing Moliere at the Theatre Royal Brighton is child’s play. Just think of superlatives and add them to the names in the programme. Last year The English Touring Theatre production of Tartuffe was an excellent show but it will take a very good one to beat The ...

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The Misanthrope – Exeter Northcott Theatre

Writer: Molière (adapted by Roger McGough) Director: Gemma Bodinetz Reviewer: Joan Phillips [Rating:4] Don’t miss English Touring Theatre’s production of The Misanthrope running at Exeter Northcott. A fun, witty, stunning and thoughtful night is guaranteed.Molière’s classic 17th century play tells the story of Alceste, a wealthy society character recognised for his poetry and rhyming skills. However, he is appalled by ...

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