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Tag Archives: windrush
Wednesday’s press performance was both opening and closing night at the National – their first show back curtailed by lockdown. Deeply frustrating, since Roy Williams and Clint Dyer’s blistering new state-of-the-nation monologue is clearly the play for the moment. Read my full … Continue reading
Phoenix Dance Theatre’s acclaimed 2018 show retraces passengers’ steps from the Caribbean to Tilbury Dock via the SS Empire Windrush. Read my full The i Paper pick here
The 2004 prize-winning novel by Andrea Levy, who sadly passed away earlier this year, has been beautifully translated to stage by adaptor Helen Edmundson and NT head honcho Rufus Norris, using thrilling theatrical solutions to honour Levy’s epic – and still urgent – … Continue reading
From timely plays to the beginning of open-air theatre season. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here