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Twelfth Night- The Globe, London

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Brendan O’Hea Reviewer: Karl O’Doherty Set alongside Pericles and The Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night forms a third of The Globe’s touring production schedule this season – with all three mixing themes of displacement, refuge and loss. The show is vigorous, playful and fun with a few twists and quirks that charm, but likely is not ...

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The Comedy of Errors – The Globe, London

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Brendan O’Hea Reviewer: Richard Maguire Shakespeare’s early comedy may not be the most sophisticated of his plays, but The Globe’s Touring Ensemble manages to wring every last laugh out of this tale of identical twins and mistaken identity. This touring company only comes home to The Globe for a few days this summer, but on the ...

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The Country Wife – Minerva Theatre, Chichester

Writer: William Wycherley Director: Jonathan Munby Reviewer: David Guest Restoration comedies are enjoying something of a renaissance, with a recent in-period The Way of the World at the Donmar and The Country Wife at Southwark Playhouse transposed to the Roaring Twenties showing the timelessness of rants against seduction, deception and excesses. At Chichester’s Minerva Theatre Wycherley’s sparkling 1675 comedy of manners ...

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Cinderella – Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield

Writer: Andrew Pollard Music: Rebekah Hughes Director: Joyce Branagh Reviewer: Ruth Jepson If there is a classic in the land of pantomimes, then it has to be Cinderella. The rags to riches tale of a poor girl, banished to the kitchens by her evil stepsisters, with only the mice and her good friend Buttons for company. That is, until her ...

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Mr and Mrs Moon – Stratford Circus, London

Writer/Director: Tim Webb Reviewer: Harry Stern [rating:4] When it comes to theatre for pre-school children Oily Cart Theatre Company is in the vanguard of a small group of quality practitioners. This delightful production running over the Christmas period at Stratford Circus, is a superb introduction to live theatre for the 2 -5 year old age group. The great distinction between ...

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