Category: Richard Brinsley Sheridan

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Re-review: Jack Absolute Flies Again, National Theatre

I absolutely adore Jack Absolute Flies Again again at the National Theatre, this is one not to…

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Review: Jack Absolute Flies Again, National Theatre

Richard Bean and Oliver Chris’ reinvention of The Rivals in Jack Absolute Flies Again is a comic…

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News: National Theatre reveals Othello and Kerry Jackson

The National Theatre has announced two further productions to be staged this winter, Shakespeare’s Othello and Kerry Jackson a new play…

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News: Peter Forbes joins the cast of National Theatre’s Jack Absolute Flies Again

Rehearsals have started for Jack Absolute Flies Again, a riotous and comedic new version of Sheridan’s The Rivals, co-written by Richard…

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Not-a-review: Jack Absolute Flies Again, National Theatre

Tonight should have been the press night for Jack Absolute Flies Again, written by Richard Bean and…

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News: new productions and casting updates for the National Theatre

Jessie Buckley and Josh O’Connor headline a new production of Romeo and Juliet, while Callum Scott Howells…

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Review: The Rivals, Arcola Theatre

“Through all the drama — whether damned or not —Love gilds the scene, and women guide the…

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Review: The School for Scandal, Park Theatre

“I bear no malice to the people I abuse” Sparkling reinterpretations of 18th century comedies have become…

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Review: The School for Scandal, Barbican

“You can indeed each fear remove, for even scandal dies if you approve” Commencing before the curtain…