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Macbeth – The Epstein Theatre, Liverpool

Writer: William Shakespeare Adaptation:  Helen Jeffery Director: Daniel Taylor Reviewer: Matt Forrest Following on from last year’s successful productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Romeo and Juliet at the Epstein Theatre, they once again have turned to the bard to welcome in the spring with something far more sinister; Macbeth. “The Scottish play” is as revered as Hamlet and King Lear and ...

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The Tommy Cooper Show – Spotlites at Merchant’s Hall, Edinburgh

Writer: Ian Carroll &Daniel Taylor Director: Bernie C. Byrnes 10:50pm may not be the best time slot for this little gem of a show and the audience may not have been large, but the laughs generated from the enthusiastic performances from this West End trio of Daniel Taylor, Sharon Byatt and Warwick Evans (who have all performed together in Blood ...

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Blood Brothers – Venue Cymru, Llandudno

Book/Music/Lyrics: Willy Russell Director: Bob Tomson &Bill Kenwright Reviewer: Sarah O’Toole [rating:4.5] “And do we blame superstition for what came to pass? Or could it be what we have come to know as class?” Even 28 years since this line was first said out loud on a stage, Willy Russell’s long running musical hit, still strikes a chord with its ...

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Blood Brothers – New Theatre Oxford

Book, Music and Lyrics: Willy Russell Director: Bob Tomson Reviewer: Pete Benson [rating:4.5] Blood Brothers is Willy Russell’s masterpiece. It is so well constructed it would be difficult to fail to make it work. You can feel Russell’s heart and soul in the writing and you would have to have a stone where your heart is not to be moved. ...

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Blood Brothers – Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton

Book, Music and Lyrics: Willy Russell Directors: Bob Tomson and Bill Kenwright Reviewer: Selwyn Knight [rating:5] “Why couldn’t I be like Eddie?”, Mickey Johnstone seems to be crying at the climax of this musical, jealous of his friend’s advantages in life. Mickey is from the wrong side of the tracks and near the end of a seemingly inevitable downward spiral. ...

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