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Sh!t-faced Shakespeare: Hamlet – Leicester Square Theatre, London

Adaptation and Original Direction: Lewis Ironside Directed by: Stacey Norris Reviewer: Christie-Luke Jones Sh!t-faced Shakespeare: Hamletis Magnificent Bastard Productions’ booze-fuelled and delightfully sweary take on Shakespeare’s tale of royal revenge in the Danish court. The concept is a simple one – a cast of professionally trained, Shakespearian actors rattle their way through a potted 70-minute adaptation of The Bard’s classic ...

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In Other Words – Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer: Matthew Seager Director: Paul Brotherston Reviewer: Dominic Corr Something which makes us human is how we shackle ourselves to memories. They often define us, mould us and certainly impact our sense of self. When we lose these, this has a crueller, more twisted effect than other afflictions. Off the Middle production works together with Playlist for Life to produce ...

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Ventoux – The Lowry, Salford

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Director: Andy Routledge Reviewer: Andrea Allen Ventoux documents the brutal contest between Marco Pantani and Lance Armstrong to win stage 12 of the 2000 Tour de France, a fight which to this day remains one of the most famous battles in the history of the Grand Tours. And it’s easy to see why it’s still selling out audiences as the show ...

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