Category: Regional

Imperium – Review

RSC Imperium. Images by Ikim Yum Politics is a dirty business Mike Poulton follows up his Wolf Hall Tudor epic for the Royal Shakespeare Company with a six-hour
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A Christmas Carol – Review

‘Tis the season to remember those less fortunate than ourselves and David Edgar’s stirring new adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, for the Royal Shakespeare Company, doesn’t
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Hedda Gabler – Review

Hedda Gabler is arguably one of the great theatrical roles for a woman. Manipulative, destructive, melancholic, she is a maelstrom of negative emotion that infects everyone around her.
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Flashdance – Review

It’s more than 30 years since the world fell in love with Jennifer Beals’ bad-ass welder turned dancer, Alex Owens, in the iconic dance movie Flashdance. The stage
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Cabaret – Review

If you know anything about pre-war Berlin it is that it was known for its hedonism and excess. Weimar Berlin was the uninhibited party capital of Europe, offering
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The Caretaker – Review

“What’s the game?” I began to think it might be Monopoly. The volatile Mick in Harold Pinter’s The Caretaker seems to have an encyclopaedic knowledge of London’s streets,
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