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Home, I’m Darling – Duke of York’s Theatre, London

Writer: Laura Wade Director: Tamara Harvey Reviewer: Karl O'Doherty Coming across the bridge from the National Theatre to St. Martin’s Lane has done nothing to sap the energy of Laura Wade’s bright trip to a marriage in hidden stress. Her work is generally a masterclass of building tension - normality that splinters, then cracks then falls to pieces. It’s a ...

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Queen Anne – Theatre Royal, Haymarket

Writer: Helen Edmundson Director: Natalie Abrahami Reviewer: Karl O'Doherty Fascination with monarchy and the frailties and frivolities of the ruling classes has never really gone out of fashion with the public. Watching a work such as Helen Edmundson’s Queen Anne reinforces the fact that politics, both high and low, has always been, to some degree, crude, rude, unseemly and scrappy. ...

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This May Hurt a Bit – Octagon Theatre, Bolton

Writer: Stella Feehily Director: Max Stafford-Clark Reviewer: George Wallace The Bolton Octagon isn’t afraid to be controversial and tackle difficult subjects and with its new play, This May Hurt a Bit, the theatre is taking on that most British of institutions, the National Health Service. The play, which has been written in conjunction with Out of Joint Theatre Company, can ...

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A Walk On Part – Arts Theatre, London

Writer: Chris Mullin, adapted for the stage by Michael Chaplin Director: Max Roberts Reviewer: Christopher Owen [rating:4] Adapted from the diaries of former MP Chris Mullin, A Walk On Part transfers from the Soho Theatre to the West End’s Arts Theatre, with new cast members Andi Osho, and Joe Caffrey joining returning cast members Hywel Morgan, Tracey Gilman and John ...

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