Tag Archives: religion

Learn how London shows explore what it means to be British

From The Southbury Child to Henry V and Handbagged. Read my full London Theatre article here

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Discover new ideas at thought-provoking shows in the West End

From Bad Jews and The Doctor to The Lehman Trilogy. Read my full London Theatre article here

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See West End shows with religious themes

Heavenly London shows, from The Southbury Child to The Book of Mormon. Read my full London Theatre article here

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Pilgrimage, BBC Two

This batch of faith-finding celebs were nice – but where was the interrogation? Read my full Telegraph review here

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West End shows to see this Easter

From family favourites like The Lion King to shows that deal with faith. Read my full London Theatre article here

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Outlander season 6 star says new arrivals bring “sense of uncertainty and danger”

Richard Rankin teases religious conflict on Fraser’s Ridge. Read my full Radio Times article here

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BWW Interview: Dr Daniel Sokol

The medical ethicist discusses his consultation on Robert Icke’s The Doctor at the Almeida Theatre. Read my full interview here

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The Doctor, Almeida Theatre

Robert Icke, an associate director at the Almeida for the past six years, bids farewell in typically bold and epic fashion with his latest contemporary update. Arthur Schnitzler’s Professor Bernhardi, which premiered in 1912, has been skilfully reconfigured as an interrogation of … Continue reading

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Jesus Christ Superstar, Barbican

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s 1970 musical had a heavenly resurrection at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre three years ago, with an encore run the following summer. It’s soon heading off on a US tour, but first there’s another chance for British … Continue reading

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Fiddler on the Roof, Menier Chocolate Factory

There’s a welcome alternative to panto hijinks in this gem of a Trevor Nunn musical revival – more attuned to the biting hardships of winter, and to the elegiac aspect of change, than to festive jollies. Which is not to say that there … Continue reading

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