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Jack Absolute Flies Again, National Theatre

All’s farcical in love and war in this vivid retro romp. Read my full London Theatre review here

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Wings, Young Vic

Emily Stilson (Juliet Stevenson) is suspended in a void. She analyses this strange situation with wry perspicacity and occasional breathless panic. She’s a prisoner, a specimen. She’s fallen, trapped. She’s flying. Read my full BroadwayWorld review here

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Solid Miller is lacking darkness

‘It’s gonna rain tonight,’ predicts All My Sons protagonist Joe Keller. As one, the Regent’s Park audience turned their gaze to a threatening sky. Thankfully, we were spared a deluge, but it highlighted a problem with this venue. Arthur Miller’s masterful study of corrosive … Continue reading

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