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Shadows of War

The triumph of Birmingham Royal Ballet’s triple bill is in the way it sketches in the reaction of different societies as war approaches. The big news here is Gillian Lynne’s vision of Robert Helpmann’s lost ballet, Miracle in the Gorbals, a kind of New Testament morality tale set in the Glasgow slums in 1944.
Opening in the darkness with the...

Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in London

There is a scene in Act II of this new production of Jacques Brel is Alive and Well in Living in Paris where all the elements come together to demonstrate how powerful the songs of the late Belgian-born songwriter can be.
When performing Ne Me Quitte Pas, Eve Polycarpou becomes a busker, guitar in hand, projections of the Tube in...

A Farewell To Arms

Some 84 years since Ernest Hemingway’s powerful story of love against all odds and the brutality of warfare made its Broadway debut, his iconic novel has finally been adapted for the UK stage.
Thankfully in the hands of the innovative Imitating the Dog company it has been the worth the wait – although anyone expecting even a hint of Gary...

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Hamlet by Harry Venning for week 40, 2014

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In this week's issue

    Exclusively in the October 16 issue of The Stage
     
    • “There’s been more drama offstage than on.” Leicester Curve’s outgoing director Paul Kerryson reflects on 23 years at the helm
    • Now or never – when is the right time to give up acting? The argument reaches fever pitch in this week’s The Green Room
    • After 50 years, actor Kenneth Cranham offers his advice: “You keep going as long as you can remember the lines.”
    • Should the arts council pay for London-based critics to travel to regional theatre press nights? Honour Bayes presents her case
    • European theatre is thin on British ground, not least because of the language barrier. Nick Awde meets the programme trying to change that
The Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond, London. Photo: Noel Foster