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Things We Do For Love – The Lowry, Salford

Writer: Alan Ayckbourn Director: Laurence Boswell Reviewer: Helen Jones Things We Do For Love is one of very few Alan Ayckbourn plays written to be performed specifically for an end stage, set as it is over three floors of a house which has been turned into flats. The time is October 1996 and we are in Fulham, London. Barbara lives ...

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Things We Do For Love – Richmond Theatre, London

Writer: Alan Ayckbourn Director: Laurence Boswell Reviewer: Stephen Bates The highlight of this comedy comes with what is probably the most ferocious man/woman fight scene conceived for the stage since Private Lives. High praise perhaps, but any comparison with Noel Coward must be the thing that Alan Ayckbourn dreads most. He built his reputation in the 1970s-90s with sharp observational ...

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Hannah and Hanna – The Gate, Cardiff

Writer: John Retallack Director: Elise Davison Reviewer: Lauren Anders Set in pre-millennium Margate, writer John Retallack places his audience directly in the middle of a race war. Hannah is 16, feisty and Margate born and bred where as Hanna is 16, equally feisty and a Kosovon asylum seeker. In this narrow-minded town it is survival of the fittest and its ...

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The Public Reviews 2014 Preview: Part I

Over the next week we shall be looking at the shows that have got our regional editors excited in 2014. Today we shall be looking at Ireland, South East and North East &Yorkshire. Are you excited by any of these productions? Share what you think in the comments section below. IRELAND: Ciara Murphy Here at The Public Reviews in Ireland, ...

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