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Unfaithful – FOUND111, London

Writer: Owen McCafferty Director: Adam Penfold Reviewer: Niall Harman Clocking in at only 70 minutes, Owen McCafferty’s Unfaithful is a short play, but it is not a slight one. It opens in a sparse room with a middle-aged couple arguing. Tom (Sean Campion) has slept with another woman, and while he is reluctant to discuss the matter, his wife Joan ...

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INTERVIEW: Matthew Lewis on Potter, Unfaithful and doing that photoshoot

Many actors struggle to make the transition from child to adult actor but, for Matthew Lewis, a wide variety of roles post-Harry Potter have shown his versatility. About to perform in Unfaithful at London’s Found 111 Theatre space, he took time out of rehearsal to talk to Glen Pearce about the play and casting off his film persona. Like most ...

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The Monk – Barons Court Theatre, London

Writer: Matthew Lewis Adaptor and director: Benji Sperring Reviewer: Jonathan Baz [rating:2] As Hallowe’en fast approaches, The Monk is one of several offerings on the London fringe promising a chilling time. Based on Matthew Lewis’s novel from the late 18th century, it is presented at the Baron’s Court theatre in a new adaptation by Benji Sperring, who also directs. The ...

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Our Boys – Duchess Theatre, London

Writer: Jonathan Lewis Director: David Grindley Reviewer: Ian Foster [rating:4] Director David Grindley’s first London job was as an ASM on the original 1993 award-winning production of Jonathan Lewis’ army hospital-based Our Boys; so there is a pleasing circularity to him being the director of the play’s first West End revival. Set in Ward 9 Bay 4 of the Queen ...

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