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Twelfth Night – The Globe, London

Le Gateux Chocolate in Twelfth Night

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Emma Rice Reviewer: Karl O’Doherty From about 10 seconds into Emma Rice’s last self-directed play for The Globe, you realise that some people are going to absolutely hate it. That realisation should also come with its mirror image – some will mark this up as an absolute triumph for Rice and the new creative wave she’s ...

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Pirate Gran – Underbelly Bristo Square, Edinburgh

Writer: Geraldine Durrant &Rose Forshall Adaptor: Scamp Theatre Director: Pieter Lawman Reviewer: Deborah Klayman When it comes to children’s theatre at the Fringe, taking a gamble can be both expensive and fraught with danger. Will the little ones cry, wander off or (cringe) distract everyone else in the theatre? Fortunately, renowned Scamp Theatre take the uncertainty out of your theatrical ...

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Pirate Gran – The Lowry, Salford

Writer: Geraldine Durrant and Rose Forshall Adaptor: Scamp Theatre Director: Pieter Lawman Reviewed by Clare Boswell Leading Children’s Theatre Company Scamp’s latest touring production, in association with Watford’s Palace Theatre, is Pirate Gran. Gran is the type of feisty grandparent every young child would love to have. She bakes, knits and most impressively of all she is a pirate! She ...

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