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The Duchess Of Malfi – New Diorama Theatre

Writer: John Webster Director: Natalie York Set Designer: Jenny Gamble Reviewer: Maryam Philpott   The Duchess of Malfi, Webster’s great tragedy, is a grand tale of corruption, betrayal and violent death. Brothers Ferdinand and The Cardinal do not wish their sister, the titular and widowed Duchess to remarry so they can retain control over her estate and her person. Although ...

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Macbeth – Camden People’s Theatre, London

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Amber Elliott Reviewer: Edie R [rating:3] Staging “Macbeth” without an interval is a controversial choice. Two hours of unremitting gloom is a big “ask” from an audience even at the best of productions; and Titian Rep’s take on the play, while perfectly watchable, is not the best of productions. By the time the audience staggers out ...

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