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Three Lions – Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford

Writer: William Gaminara Director: Philip Wilson Reviewer: Bill Avenell The concept of the representatives of the Houses of Windsor, Beckham and Cameron all sharing a room in a not very palatial hotel in Switzerland before the announcement of the Fifa World Cup venue in their attempt to gain the nomination for Great Britain is difficult to get one’s head round. ...

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Blue / Orange – The New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham

Writer: Joe Penhall Director: Christopher Luscombe Reviewer: James Garrington [rating:4] What colour is an orange? If you believe it is blue, does that mean you have a mental illness? Premiered at the National Theatre in 2000, Joe Penhall’s play boldly explores attitudes and issues around mental health and racism, encouraging the audience to consider their own views, preconceptions and prejudices. ...

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