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Reviews

Bryony Lavery’s 1998 study of crime, punishment and people’s capacity to forgive is a tautly constructed chamber-piece. But it is not treated as such...

Following the fortunes of a struggling amateur rugby club, John Godber’s 1984 underdog tale gets a playful and accessible treatment in Fingersmiths’ signature fusion...

In the 50th anniversary year of Bolton’s Octagon Theatre, current artistic director Elizabeth Newman has invited back previous holders of the role to create...

Caryl Churchill’s A Number is, among many things, an exploration of whether love can be truly unconditional. Bernard discovers he is actually Bernard 2, one...

Based on a novel by Simon Leys, Napoleon Disrobed imagines a scenario in which the diminutive tyrant escapes from exile in St Helena, conveniently...

When Jonathan Dove’s first full-scale stage work was premiered by Glyndebourne Touring Opera back in 1998, it would have been impossible to predict its...

I tried to engage, I really did, but Nik Wakefield’s solo show Air Time is one of those performance art pieces that you either...

Despite the curiously variant US spelling, the title sets us straight, Ronseal-style. However, an 's' should really be added, as this production is comprised...

Patrick Hamilton’s first play Rope may be less familiar to many than Gaslight but it’s more tautly constructed, shifting gears from comedy to thriller...
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