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review round-up

Rylance returns. Sir Mark, the first artistic director of Shakespeare’s Globe when it opened its doors in the mid-1990s, is treading the boards of...

There’s certainly something poetic about Ian McKellen playing King Lear in the West End. Age 79, he’s joining a small circle of great actors...

Eugene Ionesco, the French-Romanian titan of post-war drama, acclaimed architect of such avant-garde classics as The Killer, The Chairs and Rhinoceros, only receiving his...

Allelujah! It’s a new play by Alan Bennett. The nation’s most beloved dramatist is back after a six-year hiatus with a new work about...

Book, film, play. Like fellow classics of contemporary children’s literature War Horse and Harry Potter before it, Patrick Ness’ A Monster Calls has finally...

On September 15, 2008, the Wall Street giant Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy – the devastating end to a story 158 years in the...

It’s been quite some year for Martin McDonagh. His 2017 film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri scooped up a clutch of Oscar nominations. His...

Hard hats on. Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I, the latest Broadway juggernaut to take a trip across the Atlantic, has sailed into...

Look out. Here comes the next American musical sensation. With Hamilton firmly up and running in the West End, The King And I just...
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