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Night of the Iguana – Noël Coward Theatre, London

Writer: Tennessee Williams Director: James Mcdonald Reviewer: Karl O'Doherty The thickness of the air around the clifftop veranda feels almost physical in James Mcdonald’s production of this hot, sticky, sometimes disturbing, always intriguing play. Trapped in a Mexican rainforest at a tin-roofed collection of shacks trying to be a hotel where people can run to when their problems get overwhelming, ...

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All About Eve – Noel Coward Theatre, London

Adaptor and Director: Ivo van Hove Reviewer: Karl O'Doherty Two big stories compete for space in this exciting interpretation of a classic. Both are brought to life vividly, though don’t seem to depend on each other. All About Eve feels like two plays with the same characters. Eve turns up at the stage door of Margot Channing’s playhouse every night ...

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