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Maggie and Pierre – Finborough Theatre, London

Writer: Linda Griffiths with Paul Thompson Director: Eduard Lewis Reviewer: Maryam Philpott In the UK, whatever they do in private and however radical their politics, we expect the private life of our Prime Minister to be beyond reproach; always someone with a stable marriage, raising a young family, the epitome of domestic values. In 1970s Canada, however, Pierre Trudeau married ...

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No Way to Treat a Lady – Landor Theatre, London

Writer: Douglas J Cohen Director: Robert McWhir Reviewer: Lucy Thackray Fringe musicals are something of a mixed bag: sometimes they’re dark and edgy, sometimes saccharine and self indulgent, sometimes witty and satirical. No Way To Treat a Lady doesn’t know what it is, but it’s taking up a respected space on the fringe with little apparent reason. No Way To ...

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The Sluts of Sutton Drive – Finborough Theatre, London

Writer: Joshua Conkel Director: Rebecca Atkinson-Lord Reviewer: Deborah Klayman [rating:3.5] Entertaining, engaging, and at times downright hysterical, The Sluts of Sutton Drive pushes the audience off the top of a slippery slope alongside its protagonist, Stephanie Schwartz, making them a part of her rapid descent into an absurd world of sex, stalkers and self-harm. Darkly comic and sublimely surreal at ...

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