Brass – Review

As we mark #Armistice100 it seems right that Benjamin Till’s award-winning musical, Brass, should return to remind us, as if we need any reminding, of the terrible price
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A Pupil – Review

Musicians have a reputation for being highly strung and that finely tuned temperament is tested to the extreme in Jesse Briton’s absorbing new play, A Pupil, which opened
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Honour – Review

There’s no fool like an old fool and silky smooth Times columnist George Spencer, in the grips of a midlife crisis, is the epitome of foolishness. Joanna Murray-Smith’s
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