Tag: Paul Bentall

Posted in Silent Witness TV

TV Review: Silent Witness Series 11

Signs of staleness start to creep in Series 11 of Silent Witness as Nikki ends up in…

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News: National Theatre adds The Deep Blue Sea and The Comedy of Errors to National Theatre at Home

National Theatre adds The Deep Blue Sea and The Comedy of Errors to National Theatre at Home…

Posted in Bridge Theatre Lorraine Hansberry National Theatre News Peter Shaffer Shakespeare Terence Rattigan Theatre

News: National Theatre at Home final phase

The National Theatre has announced a further five productions that will be streamed as a part of…

Posted in National Theatre Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2019

Review: Small Island, National Theatre

Andrea Levy’s novel Small Island comes to life most beautifully in this adaptation by Helen Edmundson at…

Posted in Rory Mullarkey Royal Court Theatre Theatre review

Review: Pity, Royal Court

What happens when whack-a-doodle becomes wearying – find out in Pity at the Royal Court “What happens…

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9 of my top moments in a theatre in 2016

The end-of-year lists of favourite plays and performances should be on their way soon, once the food…

Posted in Jack Thorne Theatre West End

Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Palace – totes spoiler free!

“It’s because you love him too much” So a slightly odd position to be in, as we…

Posted in Jack Thorne Theatre West End

Preview: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Palace

“How is that even possible?!” Well it’s finally here, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts 1…

Posted in LGBT+ National Theatre Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2013

Review: Edward II, National Theatre

“I will have Gaveston, and you shall know what danger ’tis to stand against your king” Now…