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Brighton Fringe: The Door – The Warren, Brighton

Writer: Cherise Cross Director: Faye Merralls Reviewer: Joanna Trainor [Rating: 1.5]   John is a chronic insomniac. There is an occasional knocking on a door. The therapist is called Lisa... or she’s a receptionist called Anna. The bartender is the man at the door, but with a Scottish accent? Tim suffers from night terrors due to his parents disowning him. ...

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Macbeth – Camden People’s Theatre, London

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Amber Elliott Reviewer: Edie R [rating:3] Staging “Macbeth” without an interval is a controversial choice. Two hours of unremitting gloom is a big “ask” from an audience even at the best of productions; and Titian Rep’s take on the play, while perfectly watchable, is not the best of productions. By the time the audience staggers out ...

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