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punkplay – Southwark Playhouse, London

Writer: Gregory S. Moss Director: Tom Hughes Reviewer: Maryam Philpott Among the many other anniversaries being celebrated this year, the origins of punk is one of the most significant, although it has been uncharacteristically quiet so far. Following on from Somerset House’s excellent exhibition of punk-influenced band The Jam last year, the British Library recently opened its own examination of ...

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Versailles – Donmar Warehouse, London

Writer/Director: Peter Gill Reviewer: Alex Ramon The last play to be directed by Peter Gill at the Donmar was Robert Holman’s Making Noise Quietly, a triptych of war-themed, decades-spanning mini-dramas. Now, in this 100 year anniversary of the outbreak of WWI, with a multitude of books, docs and revivals centering on the conflict, Gill returns to the subject of war ...

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NEWS: Donmar Spring 2014 Season Announced

Josie Rourke, Artistic Director of the Donmar Warehouse, today announced the Spring 2014 season for the Covent Garden venue. The season will open with Versailles, a new play by Peter Gill. Set among a middle-class English family in Kent, and with their son in Paris, at the negotiations of the Treaty of Versailles, the play is in part a love ...

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