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Solaris – Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer: David Greig Director: Matthew Lutton Reviewer: Gareth Davies It is a cultural truth, universally acknowledged, that in space no one can hear you scream. But in David Greig’s stage adaptation of Stanisław Lem’s 1960s sci-fi classic, you can certainly hear the howl of the existential void. One of the appeals of space dramas are the built-in opportunities to explore ...

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Once In A Lifetime – The Young Vic, London

Writers: Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman Adapter: Christopher Hart Director: Richard Jones Reviewer: Tom Finch Richard Jones’ revival of the Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman Hollywood satire Once in a Lifetime follows the fortunes of three Vaudevillians who head west having smelled profit in the burgeoning ‘Talkie’ film industry. In an era of great upheaval in a young ...

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Sizwe Banzi is Dead – The Drum, Theatre Royal, Plymouth

Writer: Athol Fugard Director: Matthew Xia Reviewer: Marina Spark The anti-apartheid themes of freedom and independence that run through this 1972 play are communicated from the off with the audience entering the auditorium through different gates according to their race. Sibusiso Mamba strongly sets the tone, brashly directing audience members to their race-specific gate. The play’s thoughtful attack on the ...

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Sean Holmes Composers: Chris Branch and Tom Haines Reviewer: Helen Jones [Rating:5] Filter Theatre Productions, in association with the Lyric Hammersmith and the Royal Exchange, have brought a production of Shakespeare’s comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream to Manchester. But this a not a production of Dream the likes of which you will have seen before. Peter ...

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