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good dog – Watford Palace Theatre, London

Writer: Arinzé Kene Director: Natalie Ibu Reviewer: Stephen Bates A 13-year-old boy looks out from the balcony of his tower block flat and surveys the community below him, making wry and cutting observations a little like the narrator in Under Milk Wood. He sees wrongdoing but vows that he will, himself, stay on the straight and narrow, hoping that his ...

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Stig of the Dump – Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, Chester

Writer: Clive King Adaptor: Jessica Swale Director: Derek Bond Reviewers: Emma Boswell and Penny Dutton (age 9) The team behind last year’s highly acclaimed The Wind in the Willows are back working their magic in Chester’s Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre this summer. Their latest offering is an inventive and unique adaptation of Clive King’s legendary 1963 novel, Stig of ...

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No Villain – Old Red Lion Theatre, London

George Turvey and Helen Cole in No Villan at London's Old Red Lion Theatre

Writer: Arthur Miller Director: Sean Turner Reviewer: Stephen Bates   It is said that the first work of all writers is, to some extent, autobiographical. Arthur Miller was the son of a Jewish New York women’s clothing manufacturer who lost everything in the Great Depression. Therefore, it should come as no great surprise that his debut play is set in ...

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