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War in America – New Parliament House, Edinburgh

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Writer: Jo Clifford Director: Susan Worsfold Reviewer: Emily Hall Director Susan Worsfield has brought War in America  to life for the first time, over twenty years after it was written. Though the play was deemed “too offensive” for production in 1996, it is a striking anecdote to 2017, touching on issues of government corruption, political naiveté and chaotic leader transitions ...

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The Lonesome West – Tron Theatre, Glasgow

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Writer: Martin McDonagh Director:Andy Arnold Reviewer: Harriet Brace Twisted yet touching, even the most avid theatre-goer will rarely have found a tale with such an honest sense of humour as The Lonesome West. If you’ve seen Seven Psychopaths or In Bruges on the big screen, you’ll know the kind of darkly funny material traditionally conjured from the mind of controversial ...

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