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Cyril’s Success – Finborough Theatre, London

Writer: Henry J Byron Director: Hannah Boland Moore Reviewer: Stephen Bates Marking the 150th Anniversary of the building which is now home to the Finborough Theatre, there is a nice feeling of symmetry to this revival of a play also originating from 1868, placing a Victorian drawing room comedy in what could once have been a Victorian drawing room. Henry ...

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Dream of Perfect Sleep – Finborough Theatre, London

Writer: Kevin Kautzman Director: Max Pappenheim Reviewer: Stephen Bates Sleep,“’tis a consummation devoutly to be wished” according to the Bard and so ’tis here, as we see an elderly couple edging inexorably towards eternal sleep and their insomniac son tortured by his past. American writer Kevin Kautzman’s 90 minute one act play, a reflection on mortality and inter-generational tensions, is ...

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Variation on a Theme – Finborough Theatre, London

Writer: Terence Rattigan Director: Michael Oakley Reviewer: Ian Foster It is Variation on a Theme that a young Shelagh Delaney saw and was inspired to write her iconoclastic A Taste of Honey, playing her own part in shaking up a British theatre scene that had Terence Rattigan as a fusty figurehead and while her play went on to become a ...

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Playhouse Creatures – Theatre on the Fly, Chichester

Writer: April De Angelis Director: Michael Oakley Reviewer: Ian Foster [rating:3.5]   The pop-up space created on the grounds of Chichester Festival Theatre to help celebrate its 50th anniversary is a curious thing, Named Theatre on the Fly and constructed solely from recycled material, its rough edges and unreserved bench seating speaks of its temporary nature but the introduction of ...

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