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Waiting for Godot – Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Writer: Samuel Beckett Director: Mark Rosenblatt Designer: Janet Bird Reviewer: Ron Simpson Tobacco Factory Theatres’ production of Waiting for Godot, in Scarborough at the end of a short tour, aims to remove some of the preconceptions and misconceptions surrounding the play, sometimes in defiance of Beckett’s own views, but retaining its essence. By and large, it works. Waiting for Godot ...

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All’s Well That Ends Well – The Lowry, Salford

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Andrew Hilton Reviewer: Lizz Clark How can you make someone love you when they don’t? It’s the subject of many pop songs, but even some great fans of Shakespeare will be unaware that he wrote a play on the theme. All’s Well That Ends Well, in this Bristol Tobacco Factory production, is a witty comedy brim-full ...

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All’s Well That Ends Well – Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Andrew Hilton Reviewer: Claire Hayes   All’s Well That Ends Well is the second play in Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory’s season commemorating the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death. Following on from Hamlet, and again co-produced with Tobacco Factory Theatres, this difficult, lesser-performed comedy has been rewritten in parts by Dominic Power, moving its action ...

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Dombey and Son – The Tobacco Factory, Bristol

Book: Charles Dickens Music: Colin Sell Director: Sue Colverd Reviewer: Holly Spanner [rating:2.5] “What is money after all?” Charles Dicken’s Dombey and Son was originally published as a series of monthly parts from 1846 to 1848, which manages to fill around 600 pages of the original novel. Marking the 200th anniversary of the authors birth, Stroud based Red Dog Theatre ...

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