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Theatre Tag Archive

National Theatre Live: Coriolanus

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Lucy Lillystone reviews the live-stream of National Theatre's adaption of Coriolanus. ...

The Arts under Quarantine

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Evie Lake discusses how the art world is coping with the transition to online during the coronavirus lockdown. ...

Writing OCD: an interview with the creator of ‘Ladybones’

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The one hour, one-woman show ‘Ladybones’ has taken its audience by storm with its hard-hitting yet accessible foray into the reality of living with OCD. Sophia...

The case of Yolanda Bonnell: Should everyone really be a critic?

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Having your work misunderstood is a heartbreaking feeling for any writer or artist, particularly when your work is dealing with issues that are important to you. For this reason,...

Review: Iolanthe

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Graace Dean reviews Gilbert & Sullivan Society's performance of the comic operetta Iolanthe...

Review: Dominic Lee on ‘The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson’

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Political satire ‘The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson’ made its way to the Northern Stage last weekend after a number of hit shows around the country. The play...

Sorcha McCaffrey’s ‘Ladybones’ at Alphabetti Theatre

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Sophia Kypriotis reviews 'Ladybones', the Fringe-approved one-woman show proudly partnered with OCD UK...

Don’t throw away your shot at seeing the Hamilton movie

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TV editor Sophie Hicks takes a dive into the Hamilton movie, feeling Helpless at her excitement....

Dial ‘M’ for Murder @ People’s Theatre

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Steven Ross reviews Dial 'M' for Murder at People's Theatre and explains whether you should dial up and secure a ticket for yourself....

The Snow Queen @ Northern Stage

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Arts editor Caitlin Rawlings reviews Northern Stage's new Christmas production, The Snow Queen. ...