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Titus Andronicus – Shakespeare’s Globe, London

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Lucy Bailey Reviewer: Harry Stern There's an awful lot of blood in Shakespeare's most viscerally Jacobean of plays and Lucy Bailey's production doesn't shy away from showing it in all its gory glory. Rather, it revels in the sanguinary to the extent that it has been likened to the work of the celebrated and gruesome cine-ghoul ...

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Three Sisters – Young Vic, London

Writer: Anton Chekhov, in a version by Benedict Andrews Director: Benedict Andrews Reviewer: Mary Halton [rating:5] Three hours of Chekhov. Modernised. Not to everyone's taste to be sure and a unique way for this reviewer to have their first experience of the hallowed dramatist’s work. School desks form a raised stage, crowned by a mound of dirt that threaten a ...

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