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The Red Barn – National Theatre, London

Writer: David Hare (adapted from the novel by Georges Simenon) Director: Robert Icke Reviewer: Maryam Philpott Sometimes a single event can change your life forever; it can set you on a path you didn’t expect, change you into someone else, it can even make you a murderer. Opening at The National Theatre, David Hare’s new play The Red Barn, adapted ...

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A View from the Bridge – Young Vic, London

Writer: Arthur Miller Director: Ivo van Hove Reviewer: Nichola Daunton After so many years of revival and re-interpretation, making an Arthur Miller play seem fresh and revelatory is quite a feat, but that’s exactly what Ivo van Hove’s new production has achieved. Tense and nerve-jangling, he has shaped Miller’s play into an epic Italian tragedy with a sense of foreboding ...

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WHAT’S HOT: Week beginning Monday 14th April 2014

Last night saw the best in London theatre celebrated in the one of the UK’s most glamorous events – the 2014 Olivier Awards, however, great theatre isn’t thankfully confined to inside the M25 and our round-up looks at the best shows all around the UK &Ireland for the next week. Consequences and decisions seems to be a natural theme for ...

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