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Romeo and Juliet (Abridged) – St Martin’s Church, Colchester

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Filiz Ozcan Musical Director: Matt Marks Reviewer: Michael Gray The tragedy of the star-crossed lovers is well suited to these teenage actors, and considerably enhanced by a high-concept production in a historic setting. These walls were old when Shakespeare penned his play; St Martin's was already standing when those two noble households squabbled in Lombardy. Beneath ...

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Emily – The Making of a Militant Suffragette – The Rondo Theatre, Bath

Writer: Ros Connelly Director: Kath Burlinson Reviewer: Claire Hayes Emily Wilding Davison threw herself in front of the King’s horse at the Derby in 1913, this we know. So much else is conjecture, yet Elizabeth Crarer’s intelligent and absorbing portrayal indicates that, even if she were not intending to die, Emily’s actions in support of women’s suffrage had become increasingly ...

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