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Treasure Island – The New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Writer: Robert Louis Stevenson Adaptor and director: Theresa Heskins Reviewer: Jay Nuttall Artistic director Theresa Heskins writes in her programme notes that after consultation with focus groups of children as to what should be on their stage at Christmas the overwhelming consensus involved pirates, treasure and fights. And so, bowing to popular opinion, Treasure Island is in full production as ...

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The Alchemist – The Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

Writer: Ben Johnson Director: Paul Burbridge Reviewer: Nicole Evans Written in the 17th century, The Alchemist is a satirical account of the perception of alchemical ideas and the abuse of them by opportunist con-men. Preying on the weaknesses of local citizens, a trio of undesirable criminals sets out to earn their fortune by offering a range of alternative services and ...

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Forever House – Drum Theatre, Theatre Royal, Plymouth

Writer: Glenn Waldron Director: Joe Murphy Reviewer: Joan Phillips [Rating:4] Forever House is a new play by Glenn Waldron. Set in a terrace house in Plymouth, it examines moments in the relationships of three pairs of people, Richard and Graham, Laura and Becci, Mark and Lucy. This is an intelligent, charming, black, comedy set in Plymouth, Glenn Waldron’s home town ...

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