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People, Places & Things – Liverpool Playhouse

Writer: Duncan Macmillan Director: Jeremy Herrin and Holly Race Roughan Reviewer: Matthew Forrest The biggest dangers to a recovering addict are the People, Places & Things. This is according to writer Duncan Macmillan’s play. Our friends, family, environment and circumstances can have a massive impact on someone struggling with their inner-demons and set them on a course of action they ...

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Inkheart – HOME, Manchester

Writer: Cornelia Funke Adaptor: Stephen Sharkey &Walter Meierjohann Director: Walter Meierjohann Reviewer: Peter Jacobs   Inkheart is a new theatre show – ideal for Christmas but not a 'Christmas' show – based on the best-selling young adult novel of the same name by Cornelia Funke and adapted for the stage by Stephen Sharkey and Walter Meierjohann. The first family show at Manchester's still-new HOME, ...

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By Far the Greatest Team – The Lowry, Salford

Writers: Ian Kershaw, Lindsay Williams, Andrew Sheridan, Sarah McDonald Hughes Director: Martin Gibbons Reviewer: Matt Forrest The hallowed turf of Old Trafford is a mere five-minute walk from The Lowry, which is handy as it provides one of the locations for director Martin Gibbons' latest play, By Far the Greatest Team, (in the interest of parity the Etihad Stadium is ...

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A Breakfast of Eels – Print Room, London

Writer: Robert Holman Director: Robert Hastie Reviewer: Stephen Bates   Penrose and Francis gather in their Highgate home to prepare for the funeral of the man that they both call “Daddy”, bickering with each other nervously. Yet they are not brothers. Francis was taken in by the family as a gardener when he was 16 and Penrose only two and, ...

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Blindsided – Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester

Writer: Simon Stephens Director: Sarah Frankcom Reviewer: May Mellstrom Playwright Simon Stephens may have enjoyed huge West End success with his recent adaptations of A Dolls House and A Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, but he has still found the time to bring the world premiere of Blindsided to the Royal Exchange stage. This is Stephens’ fourth ...

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NEWS: Royal Exchange, Manchester: Theatre Studio season autumn/winter 2012

Following a fantastic start to 2012, with plays by Sarah Kane, Philip Ridley and Dennis Kelly, theRoyal Exchange Studio had set itself a tough challenge to keep audiences excited for the rest of theyear. They have certainly outdone themselves, with a varied selection of comedy, drama, music andchildren’s shows. The centrepiece of the new season is Black Roses: The Killing ...

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