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Frankenstein

Frankenstein

Like with chocolate, cocktails or puppies, two for the price of one is a wonderful concept. When both are free it loses none of its [...]

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Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night

National Theatre Live on YouTube, stage review: ‘Dancing with humour, energy and life’

William Shakespeare’s was born in April, and [...]

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Treasure Island

Treasure Island

National Theatre Live, stage review

We are back again. This time, the dog and I are joined by my boyfriend – a real family theatre [...]

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Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre

National Theatre Live on YouTube, stage review: ‘Risk-taking spin on a Brontë classic’

By Gabriel Wilding | April 15, 2020 So, this [...]
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Revisor

Revisor

Humour is not an alien concept in the world of dance. Pina Bausch can tickle, Matthew Bourne can produce a chuckle or two, and even [...]

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Isadora Now, Triple Bill

Isadora Now, Triple Bill

‘Mesmerising showcase of an extraordinary woman’s legacy’

Reeling in and out of the work and life of the mother of modern dance, [...]

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A Westminster Story

A Westminster Story

Reeling from the death of their mother, Scottish musician Alannah (Natalie Allison) moves to London looking to support her troubled [...]

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Time and Tide

Time and Tide

 ‘A touching if predictable look at small-town life’

A mixed bag can be both a blessing and a curse, filled with delights (lemon [...]

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