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Photograph 51 – Noel Coward Theatre, London

Writer: Anna Ziegler Director: Michael Grandage Reviewer:Andy Moseley   This is a frustrating play. It marks the West End return of one of Hollywood’s finest actors, and it tells the story of the greatest scientific discovery of the 20th century. There are deception, rivalries, stolen ideas, missed opportunities and personal and professional sacrifices made in the name of science and ...

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Another Country – Theatre Royal, Brighton

Writer: Julian Mitchell Director: Jeremy Herrin Reviewer: Michael Hootman What would make a man betray not only his country, but also allow his comrades to go their deaths due to his duplicity? Julian Mitchell'sAnother Countrysuggests that the public school system of 1930s' England, with its unhealthy mix of hypocrisy and sexual repression, was the ideal environment which would help engender ...

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Another Country – Trafalgar Studios, London

Writer: Julian Mitchell Director: Jeremy Herrin Reviewer: Scott Matthewman The title of Julian Mitchell's 1930s-set drama brings to mind L P Hartley's opening sentence of The Go-Between: "The past is a foreign country - they do things differently there." It is not only the sense of time which suggests we are looking in on another world. The arcane rulesets of ...

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NEWS: Another Country transfers to the West End

Following a hugely successful run at Chichester’s Minerva Theatre last year Julian Mitchell’s ANOTHER COUNTRY, directed by Jeremy Herrin, transfers to the Trafalgar Studios, Studio 1 for a limited season, 26th March – 21st June. When it opened in the West End in 1982 ANOTHER COUNTRY created a sensation, heralded a resurgence of great British drama, inspired a film, and ...

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