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The Boy Who Cried – Hope Theatre, London

Writer: Matt Osman Director: Mary Franklin Reviewer: Stephen Bates A full moon rises, a girl goes missing and a werewolf may be on the loose in London. When Sam, a teenager, is seen by his mother, naked by the river and with a bite mark on his neck, she calls in the authorities to investigate. The trend established in successful ...

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A Tale Of Two Cities – King’s Head Theatre, London

Writer: Terence Rattigan, John Gielgud, Adam Spreadbury-Maher Director: Adam Spreadbury-Maher Reviewer: Karl O'Doherty [rating:4.5] Dickens, Gielgud and Rattigan. Or perhaps Rattigan, Gielgud and Dickens, then. Whatever way you mix it up it's a potent blend of some of the finest literary and theatrical talents Britain has ever produced. The combination of names alone makes it surprising that the script has ...

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Mary Queen Of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off – King’s Head Theatre, London

Writer: Liz Lochhead Director: Robert Norton-Hale Reviewer: David Ralf [rating:2.5] Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off is an undisputed modern classic in Scotland. Since its first production in the 1987, Liz Lochhead’s play has been performed again and again as a play of historical investigation and self-definition. However this production is the first time since the original ...

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Denial – The King’s Head Theatre, London

Writer: Arnold Wesker Director: Adam Spreadbury-Maher Reviewer: Michael JH Wells [rating:4] Those who desperately seek an answer will eventually find one, but the danger lies in who they trust to help them look – especially when they don’t know what they’re looking for. Denial is a play about a young woman, Jenny, who reaches a point in her life where ...

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