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REVIEWS

Four job applicants enter a room. They think they’ve been called there for the final phase of a job interview for a high-level sales...

Marie Duplessis, the historical model for Verdi’s Violetta Valery, died at the age of just 23. This makes La Traviata an apt – if...

Revived for Brighton Fringe after a well-received run at the Old Red Lion in 2014, the Dot Collective’s Brainville at Night, staged to coincide...

An ageing band of grifters hold forth in an Italian-run greasy spoon in Brighton, teasing the proprietor’s daughter, bickering and, perhaps also, looking for...

Spread over 17 days in venues across Norwich and beyond, the Norfolk and Norwich Festival encompasses music, performance and literary events. It’s possible to...

A decade ago, Sasha Regan started to dust off the national institution of Gilbert and Sullivan operas and gave them a new look and...

The third recipient of the King’s Head Theatre’s Adrian Pagan Award explores a subject that’s been done almost to death: the complications artificial intelligence...

When new in 2014, Richard Jones’ production was deemed radical. It certainly departs from the traditional mid-18th-century setting of Strauss’s romantic comedy, replacing it...

Katy Brand’s debut play, 3 Women, is set on the eve of a wedding. Three generations of the same family (grandmother, mother and daughter)...

This is the first time that Madama Butterfly has emerged from her chrysalis at Glyndebourne’s summer festival, though the company first toured Annilese Miskimmon’s...

Felicity Huxley-Miners’s ‘mental health romance’ In the Shadow of the Mountain is an energetic but unpersuasive exploration of love in the time of anxiety. Dour...

The story of Eleanor of Aquitaine is a dramatist’s dream. Once the queen of France and then the queen of England she was the...
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