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Cuzco – Theatre 503, London

Writer: Victor Sánchez Rodriguez Translator: William Gregory Director: Kate O’Connor Reviewer: Stephen Bates Tourists visiting the city of Cuzco, high in the Peruvian Andes, tend to observe that remnants of the Inca civilisation seem to be outliving those of their Spanish conquerors. This 70-minute one-act play, named after that city, likens the legacy of Spanish colonialism to the crumbling relationship ...

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B – Royal Court, London

Writer: Guillermo Calderon Director: Sam Pritchard Reviewer: Maryam Philpott Is radical change ever possible without violence? For revolutions to successfully cause a shift in the fabric of society, surely collateral damage is inevitable, in some cases even desirable; the French wiped out their entire ruling class to change their political structure, the British sheepishly beheaded a King (for all the ...

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