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Boots at the Door – Theatre Royal, Plymouth

One clean and one muddy boot in front of a door

Director: Lee Hart Writer: Jonathan Lewis Reviewer: Marina Spark Theatre Royal Plymouth has hosted some incredible and breath-taking shows over the years;however, the latest production to tread the boards of the illustrious Lyric stage is particularly special. Boots at the Door is a unique artistic creation, developed and performed by members of Plymouth’s Armed Forces Community. The show brings the ...

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A Level Playing Field – Jermyn Street Theatre, London

Writer:Jonathan Lewis Director:Chris Popert Reviewer:MichaelGray   Education, Education, Education. That’s the theme, and the over-arching title, of Jonathan Lewis’s new trilogy. Looking at the system through the eyes of the teachers, the parents, and first, here, the students. Confined in exclusion between Politics and Philosophy A-level exams, they brag, they whinge, they indulge in banter that’s borderline bullying.Laddishness shades into ...

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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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