Tag: Judith Coke

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News: One year of National Theatre at Home – New titles added

Ahead of National Theatre at Home’s one year anniversary on 1 December, the National Theatre has today announced the…

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Review: Jane Wenham: The Witch of Walkern, Watford Palace Theatre

“If she’s innocent, we’re simply sending her to God early” The most powerful image of Jane Wenham:…

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DVD Review: Emma (1996 TV)

“Dear Emma bears everything so well” Andrew Davies’ adaptation of Emma for the television may have suffered…

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Review: National Theatre – Fifty Years on Stage

“We’ve got two hours to show the vast range of work the National has done over the…

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Review: A Life, Finborough Theatre

“You are an Irish summer of a man” Having spent most of his life fulminating behind his…

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Review: Danton’s Death, National Theatre

“I’m sick of this rigmarole” Danton’s Death, the 1835 play about the French Revolution by Georg Büchner,…

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Review: The Enchantment, National Theatre

Does context make a difference? Not knowing anything about Victoria Benedictsson, the Swedish writer of The Enchantment,…

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Review: Thérèse Raquin, National Theatre

Thérèse Raquin was originally a novel by Emile Zola but he adapted it into a play himself,…

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Review: His Girl Friday, National Theatre

Marking my first visit to the National Theatre since moving to London, His Girl Friday is a…