The History Boys at The Marlowe Theatre


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The History Boys at The Marlowe Theatre

Henry Broome reviews The History Boys, performed by University drama society T24. Here is what he thought:
The History Boys by Alan Bennett is a play that needs little introduction. … Continue Reading →


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Theatre Review: Betrayal

Carla Mercer reviews the London Classic Theatre’s adaptation of one of Harold Pinter’s most famous and notorious works.
The London Classic Theatre recently brought Harold … Continue Reading →


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Review: Alice in Wonderland

Did volcano fall too far down the hole with its interpretation of Alice in Wonderland? LaShanda gives her verdict on the latest on-stage adaptation of Carroll’s quirky classic.
Lewis … Continue Reading →


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Betrayal, Resentment and Deceit: An Interview with Pete Collis of the London Classic Theatre

Hetty Sieling attempts to uncover the chronologically strewn layers of deceit and resentment in the Harold Pinter classic Betrayal by having a chat with Pete Collis of the London … Continue Reading →


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Theatre Review: As You Like It

Rebekah Chilvers reviews a Shakespearian classic with an unusual contemporary twist.
On Saturday 19th October, Transport Theatre Company brought their unique production … Continue Reading →


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A Review of JV2 Tomorrow: Like No Other Dance Show

I was watching dance that reacted to a mash up of music. Snippets of Tchaikovsky, bits of Manson, the full Spiderbait’s `Calypso` track and what sounded like the voice-clip to the … Continue Reading →


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An Interview with Felicity Rhys: An Innovative New Miss Julie

Miss Julie was banned for 50 years in the UK when it was first written and has interesting things to say about sexuality and class conflict- do you think it is relevant to us today, … Continue Reading →


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Timeless Films: The Shining

You know that itch you get between your shoulder blades because you’re worried a madman is about to swing an axe into your back? No? Then you haven’t seen The Shining…
A lake … Continue Reading →


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An Interview with Elizabeth Garvie: the Definitive Lizzy Bennet

 
Bristol born actress Elizabeth Garvie is well known for her portrayal of Elizabeth ‘Lizzy’ Bennett in the 1980 BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. On February 17th, Elizabeth … Continue Reading →

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