Category: John Webster

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News: The Mono Box launch The Monologue Library

I mean, just look at this absolute treasure trove of theatrical talent!  We are proud to announce…

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Lockdown treat: Lydia Wilson in The Duchess of Malfi

The mercurial Lydia Wilson delivers an intense reading of this monologue from The Duchess of Malfi at…

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Review: The White Devil, Swan Theatre

“Sum up my faults, I pray” It feels a bit of a shame that one of the…

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Review: Secret Theatre 4, Lyric Hammersmith

 “You clandestine peasant. ‘You curdled cock’” Much of the buzz about Secret Theatre was the fact that…

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Review: Cover Her Face, Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club

“In what a shadow or deep pit of darkness doth womanish and fearful mankind live” Gemma Arterton…

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Review: The Duchess of Malfi, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

“Are you out of your princely wits?” Review the seat or review the play? Whilst I’d love…

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Review: The Duchess of Malfi, Old Vic

“I account this world a tedious theatre, for I do play a part in’t ‘gainst my will”…

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Shows I am looking forward to in 2012

Though the temptation is strong, and the actuality may well prove so, I don’t think I will…