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The Little Dog Laughed

The Little Dog Laughed

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
A comedy with bite and something to say

Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk

Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
From Russia with no love but loads of fabuous drama

Unit 46

Unit 46

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Upstairs and downstairs with nothing in between

Pericles

Pericles

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Much ado about way too much and not enough

Lying Cheating Bastard

Lying Cheating Bastard

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
There’s no such thing as easy money

Lotte’s Gift Mk3

Lotte’s Gift Mk3

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Music is the food of love

Savage River

Savage River

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Entertaining and unnerving

The Duel

The Duel

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
How the West is winning

Elling

Elling

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
You can laugh until you cry

Ruben Guthrie II

Ruben Guthrie II

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Vintage 2008 and still maturing

Shane warne the musical

Shane warne the musical

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Howzat! Cd b btr and SOL

Chicago

Chicago

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
C'mon suckers!

Let the Sunshine

Let the Sunshine

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Coming out of retirement can lead to funny business

The Gruffalo

The Gruffalo

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
He's behind you!

The Call

The Call

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
What becomes of the broken hearted?

Inside Out

Inside Out

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Inspiring, illuminating, entertaining. What more do you want?

When the Rain Stops Falling

When the Rain Stops Falling

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Unabashed and ambitious theatre

The Crucible

The Crucible

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
We break charity with one another at our peril.

kafka's monkey

kafka's monkey

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Disturbing, funny and – ultimately – tragic.

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