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Again – Trafalgar Studios 2

Writer: Stephanie Jacobs Director: Hannah Price Reviewer: Karl O'Doherty Feeling like a bit of sci-fi combined with familiar strife, Again ticks some great boxes but leaves some important ones passed over. The audience in the Trafalgar Studio’s downstairs space are voyeurs to a small family, injured by the parents’ divorce and struggling to keep it all together. On the male ...

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Longing – Hampstead Theatre, London

Writer: William Boyd, based on two short stories by Anton Chekhov Director: Nina Raine Reviewer: Lizzie Kirkwood [rating:4] Based on two short stories by Anton Chekov, novelist and short story writer William Boyd’s first play is an interesting experiment. Combining My Life and A Visit to Friends to create a new play, Longing is both Chekhov and not quite Chekhov. ...

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