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Tamsin Greig in Pinter Four at the Harold Pinter Theatre
14 Nov
Reviews
Tim Winter

Review: PINTER 3 at the Harold Pinter Theatre

Tamsin Greig in Pinter Four at the Harold Pinter Theatre The ambitious six month, star-studded Pinter at the Pinter season continues apace with Pinter 3, an evening of 11 works by the playwright written between 1959 and 1997.

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Hadestown - National Theatre
14 Nov
Reviews
Phil Willmott

Review: HADESTOWN at the National Theatre

Hadestown - National Theatre The folksy musical HADESTOWN arrives at the main stage of our National Theatre with a great deal of expectation appropriate to a piece which began as a low key acoustic set of songs which were picked up and developed by some very prestigious North American Theatres until it made a stir in NYC.

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Leila Damilola in Yerma. Picture by Elena Molina
14 Nov
Reviews
Lara Alier

Review: YERMA at Cervantes Theatre

Jorge de Juan’s productuon of YERMA is set in the fruitful land of Cuba just before Castro’s regime. The sight of a hammock centre stage is a clear visual indication that this production is set in the Caribbean. It hangs alongside a structure made with something that could have been dried sugar cane.

Leila Damilola in Yerma. Picture by Elena Molina Leila Damilola in Yerma. Picture by Elena Molina.

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Snow WHite - Pantomime - London Palladium
12 Nov
News
Phil Willmott

A Beginner's Guide to London Theatre’s Pantomime Dames

Snow WHite - Pantomime - London Palladium Like most people working in British Theatre I begin rehearsals for Pantomime this week.

It’s the most traditional form of Christmas entertainment for UK audiences but for outsiders it can seem bewildering.

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12 Nov
News
Phil Willmott

London Theatre Commemorates the end of The First World War in Three Striking Productions

war-horse.jpg WAR HORSE is back at the National Theatre to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War and a night of theatre is the perfect way to contemplate the sacrifice millions made in that terrible conflict.

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