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ENO The Marriage of Figaro 2020, Johnathan McCullough, Susan Bickley, Colin Judson, Andrew Shore © Mark Brenner
20 Mar
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Stuart King

Review: THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO at ENO London Coliseum

The lasciviously amorous Count Almaviva, rejects his wife and abuses his position in a bid to bed Susanna on the day of her marriage to his manservant, Figaro.

ENO The Marriage of Figaro 2020, Johnathan McCullough, Susan Bickley, Colin Judson, Andrew Shore © Mark Brenner ENO The Marriage of Figaro 2020, Johnathan McCullough, Susan Bickley, Colin Judson, Andrew Shore © Mark Brenner

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16 Mar
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Stuart King

Review: THE SEVEN STREAMS OF THE RIVER OTA at Lyttelton Theatre (National Theatre)

the-seven-streams-of-the-river-ota.jpg More than 25 years have elapsed since French Canadian auteur Robert Lepage launched his multi-dimensional epic THE SEVEN STREAMS OF THE RIVER OTA on an unsuspecting but largely appreciative Edinburgh audience.

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On Blueberry Hill
11 Mar
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John Yap

Review: ON BLUEBERRY HILL at The Trafalgar Studios

On Blueberry Hill It is very rare when one chances upon a new Play of such poetic beauty and heart that grips right from the opening minutes and never lets go.

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Endgame
11 Mar
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Stuart King

Review: ENDGAME (with ROUGH FOR THEATRE II) at The Old Vic

Endgame Endgame (played after the rarely staged, but considerably more satisfying Rough for Theatre II) has been a box office draw for The Old Vic this season, where Daniel Radcliffe and Alan Cumming deliver Beckett’s quirky tales with sufficient spark and comedic zest, to demonstrate an affinity with the oft impenetrable material.

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Shoe Lady
10 Mar
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Stuart King

Review: SHOE LADY at Jerwood Downstairs (Royal Court Theatre)

Shoe Lady As its title alludes, SHOE LADY is a play which revolves around a woman (Viv, played by Katherine Parkinson) who is impacted by footwear — most especially, the loss of one half of a pair of shoes. Unfortunately, it is her only pair of shoes, so the loss assumes a profound significance and the results, whilst often comic, are ultimately calamitous.

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