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The Price – Wyndham’s Theatre, London

Writer: Arthur Miller Director: Jonathan Church Reviewer: Stephen Bates Superficially, all of Arthur Miller’s great plays are deeply rooted in American culture and history, but their enduring appeal on this side of the Atlantic reflects the universality and timelessness of the writer’s human themes. Transferring from the Theatre Royal Bath, Jonathan Church’s production of the 1968 play The Price is ...

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Pinter at the Pinter: Pinter Two – Harold Pinter Theatre, London

Featured Plays: The Lover and The Collection Writer: Harold Pinter Director: Jamie Lloyd Reviewer: Alex Ramon The first production in Jamie Lloyd’s ambitious six month season of Harold Pinter’s work brings together a selection of the playwright’s post-1980 political pieces for an intense and sometimes hard-hitting evening. This second production is a more overtly crowd-pleasing proposition. Often staged together, The ...

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The Importance of Being Earnest – Mayflower, Southampton

Director: Adrian Noble Writer: Oscar Wilde Reviewer: Sharon MacDonald-Armitage Oscar Wilde’s play The Importance of Being Earnest arrives at Southampton’s Mayflower in a flurry of anticipation as David Suchet takes on the character of Lady Bracknell in Wilde’s famous satire on love and marriage. Most recognised for his portrayal of Agatha Christie’s iconic Belgian detective Hercule Poirot it is easy ...

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NEWS: Samsung helps bring Digital Theatre into your home

For the past three years, media production company Digital Theatre has been bringing London's theatre to wherever you are in the form of a high-definition digital recording, a theatrical experience for less than the price of a restricted view seat at most West End theatres (online rentals are from £6.99). Founders Robert Delamere and Tom Shaw have now taken the ...

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