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Character – The Selkirk, London

Writer: Florence VincentDirector: Ellie Pitkin Reviewer: Christopher Hong Freya of Doncaster is visiting Michelle, a writer living in the Cotswold who embraces the life of a struggling artist sustaining herself mainly on alcohol and pizza. Freya herself is dating someone more mature and is having a few troubles with her relationship. The two old friends are approaching thirty and are ...

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Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme – Cockpit Theatre, London

Writer: Molière Director: Peter Joucla Reviewer: Harry Stern [rating:3.5] The Cockpit Theatre, tucked away behind the Edgware Road, should be applauded for promoting a diverse and interesting programme of work. The quality, admittedly, is sometimes variable; the resources seem always to be severely limited but the creative ambition of the people who bring productions to the venue is always interesting. ...

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One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest – Space at Niddry St, Edinburgh

Writer: Dale Wasserman Director: Steven Green Reviewer: John Roberts [Rating:2.5] Dale Wasserman’s play about inmates in an American mental institution has gained a massive cult following, no doubt even more so, since the film starring Jack Nicholson, so it is always going to be difficult in gaining a fresh outlook to the text and to its characters. Its extremely admirable ...

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