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Reviews

Garsington’s third new production for 2019 brings the UK stage premiere of an opera first performed in Paris in 1872, but only very rarely...

The title of David Hare’s 1978 play has never felt more ironic. Visible signs of the impact of austerity can be seen everywhere, even...

In 1943, a young Jean-Paul Sartre wrote The Flies (Les Mouches, in French), a retelling of the Electra myth designed as a rebellious two-fingers...

Thus far, the 2019 country-house season has been partially stymied by the weather, which remains doggedly uncongenial for pastoral picnics or parkland outings; yet...

Anyone who has ever seen a TED Talk will be familiar with the mannerisms used by Little Bulb in its new show The Future....

Adapted from Sue Monk Kidd’s novel, The Secret Life of Bees is a coming-of-age story that portrays African-American faith and community with affecting emotional...

There’s something brilliant about sanctioned playtime – dress up, get a fake name, pretend you’re on a life or death mission, play the da-na...

In early 2018, Nicholas Hytner scored the first big hit at his new Bridge Theatre with a star-studded promenade production of Julius Caesar. A...

Dave Kirby’s 2006 play Lost Soul was an unashamed celebration of the middle-aged. Over the course of a decade its Motown-loving 50-something characters have...
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