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Choephori and Eumenides – Theatro Technis, London

Writers: Aeschylus (Translated by Michael Ewens) Director: Chris Vervain Reviewer: Maryam Philpott   Is it worse to kill your husband or your mother; one violates the sanctity of marriage, the other of blood, and how much worse is it for a woman to kill a strong man? Such questions can only mean one thing: Greek tragedy, which has had a ...

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Dracula – Harrogate Theatre

Director: Eliot Giuralarocca Writer: John Ginman Reviewer: Rosie Revell It is telling that Bram Stoker’s 400 page novel Dracula, first published in 1897, has never been out of print. It has well and truly sunk its teeth into popular culture as we know it, spawning over 200 different types of adaptations, TV series, films and plays. The vampire, as a ...

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