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WHAT’S HOT – Week beginning 8th September 2014

Theatre’s up and down the country are about to go full tilt with their autumn seasons. War is still a prevalent theme up and down the country celebrating the centenary of World War I, while the war of words and fractious relationships alongside battling personal demons helps to fill in the programming else where. We take a look at just ...

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Three Sisters – Southwark Playhouse, London

Writer: Anton Chekhov Adaptor: Anya Reiss Director: Russell Bolam Reviewer: Tom Finch Anya Reiss’ new version of Anton Chekhov’s story of existentialist crisis and middle class boredom brings the tale right up to date. The action is transposed from the Russian countryside to a house near the British Embassy in an unidentified Middle Eastern country. Most of the troops have ...

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