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Journey’s End – Tiverton Theatre

Writer: RC Sherriff Director: James Tobias Reviewer: Harry Mottram We are bombed, machine-gunned and shot at, and we are only the audience. For more than two hours the soldiers pinned down in a bunker in RC Sherriff’s First World War drama battle their own demons as much as the German army. Performed on the high stage in Tiverton Theatre, Journey’s End ...

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WHAT’S HOT – Week beginning Monday 22nd September 2014

An eclectic mix of shows have been chosen for you this week by our regional editors – a mix of new plays, revivals and dance cover topics from World War I, Witchcraft and the Builders Strike. As always we would love to know if you have seen any of our picks, or you if you want to recommend anything yourself. ...

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NEWS: Radio 4 musical set for Watermill Newbury

The Watermill Newbury has today announced details of its Autumn/Winter 2104 season. The West Berkshire playhouse will stage the World Première of a new musical about Radio 4 as well as a three-man adaptation of Hamlet. The season opens with a timely revival of RC Sherriff’s World War One drama Journey’s End followed by a 75minute contemporary adaptation of Hamlet, ...

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NEWS: Bolton’s Octagon Theatre announce new 2014-2015 season

Artistic director David Thacker and his associates have announced the 2014/15 season for Bolton’s Octagon Theatre that promises to build upon the theatre’s considerable strengthens while offering also some startling innovations. The Octagon will continue its successful collaborations with The New Vic Theatre, Newcastle- under- Lyme, and Oldham Coliseum. The policy of through casting, with the actors from one production ...

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Journey’s End – Greenwich Theatre, London

Writer: RC Sherriff Director: David Hutchinson Reviewer: Harry Stern [rating:2] There is both good and bad in a play having achieved classic status. The good is that the play is tried and tested. It has withstood the test of time and retained those things about it which made it special in the first place. The bad is that it has ...

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