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Running Wild – King’s Theatre Edinburgh

Writer: Michael Morpugo Adaptor: Samuel Adamson Director: Timothy Sheader and Dale Rooks Reviewer: Dominic Corr They say never work with children or animals, Running Wild ignores this old adage and as a result, triumphs. True, the menagerie is the product of exquisite puppetry but nevertheless, this is a special production. The Children's Touring Partnership presents a story which, like all good ...

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Running Wild -The Lowry, Salford

Writer: Michael Morpugo Adaptor: Samuel Adamson Director: Timothy Sheader and Dale Rooks Reviewer: Andrea Allen For most people, a trip to Indonesia would be the holiday of a lifetime, but for Lilly it’s so much more, it’s the chance to start a clean slate, to discover the place her Mum used to call home and to meet so many more ...

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Uncle Vanya – West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds

Writer: Chekhov, Adapted by Samuel Adamson Director: Mark Rosenblatt Designer: Dick Bird Reviewer: David Gann This is a theatre of excellence, and not to be missed. Beautifully acted, directed, and designed, Uncle Vanya is given a new lease of life with a contemporary and incisive translation from Samuel Adamson that cuts through Chekhovian clichés, yet facilitates the actors to connect ...

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Larisa and the Merchants – Arcola Theatre, London

Writer: Alexander Ostrovsky in a new version by Samuel Adamson Director: Jacqui Honess-Martin Reviewer: Harry Stern [rating:4] It is 1878 and Mother Russia is changing. The age of aristocratic patronage is under threat and the middle classes rise to create the next age – the age of bourgeoisie. The merchants are on the march. Centuries-old, immutable patterns and traditions of ...

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