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The Memory of Water – The New Vic, Newcastle-Under-Lyme

Writer: Shelagh Stephenson Director: Nikolia Foster Reviewer: Kelly-Ann Dawes The Memory of Water is a humorous and unique production. It originally won the Olivier award for best new comedy in 2000, voted UK play of the year in 2001 and was later adapted into film (Before You Go in 2002.) The Memory of Water is about three sisters being joined ...

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The Memory of Water – Civic Theatre Tallaght, Dublin

Presented by: Theatre Royal Productions Written by: Shelagh Stephenson Directed by: Ben Barnes Reviewed by: Monica Insinga [Rating:4] The Memory of Water is a compelling play about the possibility and the meaning of sharing: sharing memories, sharing life with one’s own family. By bringing three sisters together for their mother’s funeral, Shelagh Stephenson dissects her female characters by visibly showing ...

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Five Kinds of Silence – White Bear Theatre, London

Writer: Shelagh Stephenson Director: Chris Loveless Reviewer: Stephen Bates [rating:4] A gunshot rings out and an aggressor falls to the ground; a young woman is holding the gun and another young woman grabs it to fire a second shot and make sure that the man is dead. An older woman, their mother, looks on. The dead man is the father ...

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