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Harold and Maude – Charing Cross Theatre

Writer: Colin Higgins Director: Thom Southerland Reviewer: David Guest A cult movie from the 1970s about an unconventional relationship hits the London stage nearly 40 years on in a way that is wacky, wonderful and warming. Thom Southerland’s quirky and charming version of Harold and Maude fits the Charing Cross Theatre like a glove, with Francis O’Connor’s neo-Cubist set and ...

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Another Country – Trafalgar Studios, London

Writer: Julian Mitchell Director: Jeremy Herrin Reviewer: Scott Matthewman The title of Julian Mitchell's 1930s-set drama brings to mind L P Hartley's opening sentence of The Go-Between: "The past is a foreign country - they do things differently there." It is not only the sense of time which suggests we are looking in on another world. The arcane rulesets of ...

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NEWS: Another Country transfers to the West End

Following a hugely successful run at Chichester’s Minerva Theatre last year Julian Mitchell’s ANOTHER COUNTRY, directed by Jeremy Herrin, transfers to the Trafalgar Studios, Studio 1 for a limited season, 26th March – 21st June. When it opened in the West End in 1982 ANOTHER COUNTRY created a sensation, heralded a resurgence of great British drama, inspired a film, and ...

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