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Macbeth – review

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre presents Macbeth by William Shakespeare Director Iqbal Khan The theme of Artistic Director Emma Rice’s inaugural season at The Globe is ‘wonder’ and that is certainly the overriding emotion following a red hot August afternoon performance of … Continue reading

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A View From Islington North – review

Karl Sydow & Out of Joint present A View from Islington North The Mother by Mark Ravenhill Tickets Are Now On Sale by Caryl Churchill The Accidental Leader by Alistair Beaton Ayn Rand Takes a Stand by David Hare How … Continue reading

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Sweeney Todd – baked to perfection

It is not often you see a musical where a Blood Technician (Julia Wills) is mentioned in the Production credits but at least you have some warning of what might ensue. I also didn’t think I’d be saying this but lurking … Continue reading

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Lessons in Queues and Comedy

After spending Saturday afternoon trudging round what felt like most of London I then spent most of Sunday standing in an area of the capital no bigger than my arm span. Or should I say wingspan for I was in … Continue reading

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