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Outlying Islands – King’s Head Theatre, London

Writer: David Greig Director: Jessica Lazar Reviewer: Stephen Bates The great appeal of David Greig’s Outlying Islands stems from its unpredictability. Audiences are left always uncertain as to whether they are watching a slapstick comedy, a brittle romance or a suspense thriller as the writer skirts around dramatic conventions with canny skill. The play received its London premiere at the ...

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Hobson’s Choice – Milton Keynes Theatre

Hobson's Choice Joanna McCallum (Mrs Hepworth), Martin Shaw (Henry Hobson), in background Florence Hall (Alice) - -

Writer: Harold Brighouse Director: Jonathon Church Reviewer: Maggie Constable   Henry Horatio Hobson has made his choice and joins us at Milton Keynes this week, 2016 marking the centenary of the first UK production of the classic comedy from writer Harold Brighouse. This Theatre Royal Bath production tours just a few theatres nationwide prior to a run in the West ...

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