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Lady Anna: All At Sea – Park Theatre, London

Writer: Craig Baxter Director: Colin Blumenau Reviewer: Edie Ranvier   It’s 1871. On board the SS Great Britain, bound for Australia, Anthony Trollope (Victorian England’s anticipatory answer to Philippa Gregory) is working on his thirtieth novel, Lady Anna, at a tidy rate of nine pages a day before breakfast. The story unfolds over supper as he recounts his tale to ...

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Eternal Love – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer: Howard Brenton Music: William Lyons Director: John Dove Reviewer: Edie Ranvier On hearing the title of this play, you could be forgiven for and expecting a sequel to Love, Actually or some similar schmaltz. On hearing that Howard Benton’s new play Eternal Love is indeed a love story, but one doomed from the start and weighed down with some ...

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