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INTERVIEW: Luke Adamson has One Last Waltz

  Dementia is known as "the silent killer". There are currently more than 520,000 people in the UK with Alzheimer's disease and it's estimated that, by 2015, that figure will almost double. Spurred on by personal contact with the condition, writer Luke Adamson is taking his play One Last Waltz on the road. He spoke to Paul Couch. So tell ...

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Found – Hope Theatre, London

Writer and Director: Luke Adamson Reviewer: Scott Stait   Luke Adamson’s Found was first produced by Black Coffee Theatre in the North East, alongside upcoming venues ARC Stockton, the Alnwick Playhouse and Northern Stage back in 2013. Why it has taken so long to appear in the heart of London’s fringe theatre scene is a travesty. It is also a ...

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The Seagull – New Wimbldeon Studio, London

Writer: Anton Chekhov Director: Jonathan Holby Reviewer: Antoinette Stott [rating:3.5] 'Black Coffee Theatre' present an adapted version of the The Seagull, relocating the action to England and set in the 1920's. This play is much beloved and feared by actors and directors everywhere and is famed for its historic ties to Stanislavsky who used the play to define and explore ...

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