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The Color Purple – Birmingham Hippodrome

Book: Marsha Norman, based on the novel by Alice Walker Music and Lyrics: Brenda Russell, Allee Willis and Stephen Bray Director: Tinuke Craig Reviewer: Tim Harding Based on Alice Walker’s 1982 novel, The Color Purple tells a story with an epic sweep spanning over forty years in the life of Celie and the community in Georgia where she lives. It may be ...

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The Color Purple – The Curve, Leicester

Book: Marsha Norman, based on the novel by Alice Walker Music and Lyrics: Brenda Russell, Allee Willis and Stephen Bray Director: Tinuke Craig Reviewer: Selwyn Knight Celie’s life has been hard and full of pain. By 14 she had two children by her abusive father who took both away. Then she found herself married off at 18 to the cruel local ...

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NEWS: Cast announced for random and generations at Chichester Festival Theatre

Casting has been announced for debbie tucker green’s random and generations, running at Chichester Festival’s Minerva Theatre from 4 May – 2 June, directed by Tinuke Craig. Fierce, warm and funny, these two short and haunting dramas examine love, life and loss through the lives of two families on two continents. Making her Chichester debut, playing the solo role of ...

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I Call My Brothers – Gate Theatre, London

Writer: Jonas Hassen Khemiri Translator: Rachel Willson-Broyles Director: Tinuke Craig Reviewer: Stephen Bates A car bomb explodes in a city centre, chaos descends and fingers of suspicion start to be pointed. Jonas Hassen Khemiri's 80-minute one-act play looks at the aftermath of such an outrage, not from the perspective of the terrorists or the dead and injured, but from that of ...

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