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Reviews

Comprising numbers from New York songwriter John Bucchino’s extensive back catalogue, It’s Only Life is less a jukebox musical than a mosaic of sophisticated,...

Woyzeck, Georg Büchner’s fragmented, unfinished play about a downtrodden soldier who murders his partner isn’t an immediately obvious choice for a mass community participation...

There’s been a catastrophe. Thousands are dead. But grief hits everyone in different ways. The first production to be staged in Nottingham Playhouse’s Neville Studio...

Chiaroscuro lighting and distressed surfaces set the tone in Geraldine Alexander’s production of The Crucible. It's an atmospheric staging, with the set and costumes, care...

  Coal mining is obviously a subject close to South Yorkshire hearts, but Ray Castleton hasn’t taken the easy option of writing about the miner’s...

In a secluded copse of trees, Guildford Shakespeare Company have created a miniature Sherwood Forest, decorated with wanted posters and draped with ragged pennants....

John Buchan’s 1915 classic spy novel The 39 Steps is no stranger to life on the stage, having been adapted as a small-cast comedy...

Despite its title, Alan Bowne’s 1987 one-act play Beirut is set in a dystopian future America ravaged by a plague. New York City’s Lower East...

Bruno Ravella’s staging of Verdi’s final opera Falstaff -- based on The Merry Wives of Windsor -- is set around the time of the...
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