Tag: Mark Hadfield

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News: Cast announced for Dmitry, an unfinished Schiller masterpiece directed by Tim Supple

Marylebone Theatre has announced the cast for their realisation of an unfinished, visionary work by Friedrich Schiller….

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Film Review: Belfast (2021)

Kenneth Branagh’s memoir-of-sorts Belfast ends up an insufferably twee film despite the talent involved “They just kick…

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10 of my top moments of the decade

Ever behind the curve, I present 10 of my top moments in a theatre over the last…

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June theatre round-up

I might have taken a break from reviewing in June, but I didn’t stop going to the…

Posted in Dennis Kelly Musicals National Theatre Theatre Theatre review

Review: Pinocchio, National Theatre

“Do you want puppets?” No matter the weather, as you walk into the Lyttelton’s auditorium for Pinocchio,…

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Review: Road, Royal Court

“We all felt special but safe at the same time” As somebody who grew up on the…

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Casting for Royal Court’s Road announced

“Why’s the world so tough? It’s like walking through meat in high heels.” Michelle Fairley, Mark Hadfield,…

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Not-a-review: Four Weddings in a Funeral reading, Hampstead Theatre

“Fuck-a-doodle-doo” It is slightly terrifying to think that it is 23 years since Four Weddings and a Funeral was…

Posted in Theatre West End

Not-a-review: The Libertine, Theatre Royal Haymarket

“You will not like me” There’s probably a German word for a play that opens with a…