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Oh, The Humanity And Other Good Intentions – Tabard Theatre, London

Writer: Will Eno Director: Paul Lichtenstern Reviewer: Stephen Bates   “We’re born alone, we live alone, we die alone…” said Orson Welles and the same conclusion comes to mind after seeing Will Eno’s quirky exploration of the human condition. Ordinary people, each with their own foibles, strengths and inadequacies are depicted as if small vessels adrift on a vast ocean, ...

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Britten’s Got Talent – New Wolsey Studio, Ipswich

Writer: Robin Brooks Director: Fiona McAlpine Composer: Damian Evans Choreographer: Louisa McAlpine Reviewer: Michael Gray [Rating:3.5] What better birthday celebration for Baron Britten of Aldeburgh than this irreverent musical comedy by Suffolk writer Robin Brooks ? Despite the flippant, catch-penny title, there's plenty of food for thought to be savoured along with the birthday cake, mixed in with the silliness ...

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The Cannibal Valour of Bussy D’Ambois – St. Giles Church, London

Writer: George Chapman Director: Brice Stratford Reviewer: Karl O'Doherty [rating:4] Genuinely, it is doubtful that for a fiver you will be more entertained in London. Sit at the front near the aisles of this beautiful church and not only will you hear everything perfectly (church acoustics are a bit echo-y) but you'll also feel like you're a character in this ...

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