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Little Eyolf – Almeida Theatre, London

Little Eyolf, Almeida Theatre

Writer: Henrik Ibsen Director: Richard Eyre Reviewer: Andy Moseley The third part of a trilogy is a notoriously difficult affair. There is not only the acclaim for part one to live up to, there is also thefulfilment of the promise in part two. Added to that is the feeling that part three is always the climax, the tying up of ...

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Antony and Cleopatra -Shakespeare’s Globe, London

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Jonathan Munby Reviewer: Scott Matthewman Antony and Cleopatra is, at heart, a play about clashes of culture.Clashes between Rome and Egypt, between militarism and hedonism,between powerful men and an exotic queen, between love and war.Jonathan Munby’s new production for the Globe captures this to somedegree of success, but with some missteps that also make it a ...

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Our Boys – Duchess Theatre, London

Writer: Jonathan Lewis Director: David Grindley Reviewer: Ian Foster [rating:4] Director David Grindley’s first London job was as an ASM on the original 1993 award-winning production of Jonathan Lewis’ army hospital-based Our Boys; so there is a pleasing circularity to him being the director of the play’s first West End revival. Set in Ward 9 Bay 4 of the Queen ...

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