Category: Royal and Derngate Theatre

Waitress – Review

The American diner is as ubiquitous and iconic as a slice of mom’s apple pie. The movie versions are seemingly open 24-hours a day with their neon signs
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Two Trains Running – Review

August Wilson’s incomparable Pittsburgh Cycle, his ten part historical opus as seen through the eyes of African-Americans, reached the incendiary 1960s with his Pulitzer-nominated Two Trains Running. The
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The Pope – Review

Anthony McCarten’s new play, The Pope, goes behind the pomp, ceremony and politics of the Vatican City to look at a pivotal moment in papal history when the
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The Lovely Bones – Review

You’re riveted from the very first second of The Lovely Bones. Shocking, horrifying and heart-wrenching this remarkable 100-minute stage adaptation of Alice Sebold’s international best-seller is nothing short
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The Band – Review

Tim Firth must be the only man alive who understands the emotional and physical turmoil teenage girls go through during their boy-band years. He’s written The Band –
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