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Watch West End family dramas on stage

From Mad House and The Glass Menagerie to Dear Evan Hansen. Read my full London Theatre article here

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The Glass Menagerie, Duke of York’s Theatre

Amy Adams leads a touching but excessively gentle revival. Read my full London Theatre review here

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Book tickets to summer shows in the West End

Catch these hot, hot, hot London productions. Read my full London Theatre article here

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Check out these revivals in the West End and beyond

From Jerusalem and Cock to The Glass Menagerie. Read my full London Theatre article here

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The Glass Menagerie, Duke of York’s Theatre

“I give you truth in the pleasant disguise of illusion,” declares Tom Wingfield, the narrator of Tennessee Williams’s exquisite memory play. Director John Tiffany has proved gloriously adept at handling both sides of the equation in the magical trick-filled yet … Continue reading

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BWW Interview: Brian J Smith

The actor discusses his role in John Tiffany’s revival of The Glass Menagerie. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here

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The Glass Menagerie leads January’s Top 10 new London shows

From a visionary Tennessee Williams revival to Wayne McGregor and a Dahl musical adaptation. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here

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Harvey, Theatre Royal Haymarket

If insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results, repeatedly unfunny Harvey isn’t just a study of madness, but a punishing example of it. Mary Chase’s dusty 1944 farce about a man hallucinating a 6ft 3in rabbit … Continue reading

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