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Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde – Darlington Hippodrome

Adaptor: David Edgar Director: Kate Saxon Reviewer: Mark Clegg Like its Gothic horror stable-mates Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is both immediately familiar and strangely unknown to the general public. All three sets of characters are part of popular culture and yet the vast majority of ...

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Peter Pan Goes Wrong – Theatre Royal, Glasgow

Writers: Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer &Henry Shields Director: Adam Meggido Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys Mischief Theatre are doubtlessly flying high after their Olivier Award win at the weekend for The Play That Goes Wrong (the first in their now expanding ‘Goes Wrong’ series). The latest outing for the band of horrors they have created, The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, is in ...

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Peter Pan Goes Wrong – Civic Theatre, Darlington

Writers: Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, Henry Shields Music &Lyrics: Richard Baker, Rob Falcolner Director: Adam Meggido Reviewer: Lindsay Sykes Cornley Polytechnic returns with their classic Christmas vignette of Peter Pan, Peter Pan Goes Wrong. The joy of Mischief Theatre is the pure genius in their writing. You can see the jokes coming a mile away - and that just makes ...

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Peter Pan Goes Wrong – The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury

Writers: Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, Henry Shields Director: Adam Meggido Reviewer: Dan English   Have you ever been to an am-dram sham? A play that has been so desperately bad, that you have had to try and shield your laughter throughout, so not to offend the actors? The beauty of Mischief Theatre’s Peter Pan Goes Wrong then, is that you ...

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Alice in the Walled Garden – Morden Hall Park, London

Writer: Lewis Carroll Adaptor: Bradley Cole Music: Guy Holden Directors: Nicholas Anthony and Caroline Funnell Reviewer: Ann Bawtree Surely there can be no more suitable place for a production of Alice than the beautiful rose garden of Morden Hall Park, so easily accessible from central London and yet a world away in peaceful beauty. True the garden is not walled ...

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