Tag: Adam Burton

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News: National Theatre adds five new productions to streaming platform National Theatre at Home

The National Theatre has today announced the latest productions to be made available on its National Theatre…

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News: the National Theatre announces 15 new productions for 2019 and 2020

So much goodness! The National Theatre have just announced details of productions stretching deep into 2020, and…

Posted in April De Angelis Rose Theatre Kingston Theatre Theatre review

Review: My Brilliant Friend, Rose Theatre Kingston

“The thing that I’m scared of is that everything will break” Elena Ferrante’s quartet of Neapolitan Novels…

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My Brilliant Friend – production photos

All photos by Marc Brenner Part One  

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Review: The Hairy Ape, Old Vic

“I ain’t on oith and I ain’t in Heaven, get me? I’m in de middel tryin’ to…

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Review: Everyman, National Theatre

“It seems every man has had enough of me” Starting quite literally with the Fall of Man,…

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2014 What’s On Stage Award nominations

BEST ACTRESS IN A PLAY Helen Mirren – The Audience at the Gielgud  Anne-Marie Duff – Strange Interlude at the NT…

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Review: The Drowned Man – A Hollywood Fable, Temple Studios

“Keep your masks on and remain silent at all times” Such is the instruction as you enter…

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Review: Boris Godunov, Swan Theatre

“Everywhere they curse the name of Boris” The instinctive reaction when one hears of a production of…