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Dear Evan Hansen, Noël Coward Theatre

Steven Levenson, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul’s Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen is an institution in the States, running on Broadway since 2016 and currently on its second year of a national tour. It also made a star of original leading … Continue reading

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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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BWW Interview: Laura Benanti

The Tony-winning actress discusses making her London concert debut. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here

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Beginning, National Theatre

It seems to be the week for notable romcom two-handers. Joining Simon Stephens’ Heisenberg and David Ireland’s The End of Hope is David Eldridge’s meditation on the loneliness and halting longing of modern relationships. Read my full BroadwayWorld review here

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Dark Tourism, Park Theatre

Stop press: our rampant celebrity culture might not be wholly positive! If you’ve already been apprised of that fact some time in the past century, go ahead and skip actor Daniel Dingsdale’s debut play, which – along with Steve Thompson’s … Continue reading

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Swimming pool tale unafraid to tackle horror in deep end

A kiss is an innocent thing. So claims Brandon, the swimming coach accused of inappropriate contact, but in Josep Maria Miró i Coromina’s unsettling Archimedes’ Principle at Park Theatre, innocence is constantly reframed by context. Are we more likely to … Continue reading

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The real silent majority can take back Twitter

At first, the reaction was muted. Stalling from Twitter. Stalling from the police. And, perhaps most worryingly, a stream of patronising comments from onlookers. ‘Just ignore it.’ ‘If you can’t take the heat, get off Twitter!’ ‘What did you expect?’ … Continue reading

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