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Orange Tree Theatre

Christopher Logan, Remus Brooks, Tim Delap in Losing Venice

Helen Maybanks

3 STARS, Sep 7 - Oct 20. Bizarre costumes, constant chatter and a succession of peculiar scenes. Simon Collins struggles to make sense of Orange Tree’s Losing Venice Read more

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4 STARS, July 13-21. Catherine Bardrick enjoys two exciting new plays as part of the Orange Tree Theatre's Directors' Festival showcasing the talents of emerging theatre directors Read more

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Robert Day

4 STARS, July 13-21. Richard Davies is impressed by the rising talent on show at this year’s Orange Tree Theatre Directors’ Festival Read more

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Helen Murray

4 STARS, April 24 – May 26. Dynamic and persuasive, Joe White’s first play tackles a family facing unnavigable loss and is a thoughtful and incisive drama, says Amanda Hodges Read more

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Manuel Harlan

Best known for his primetime roles in EastEnders and Holby City, Paul Bradley tells Jane McGowan why he’s glad to be back treading the boards Read more

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Manuel Harlan

4 STARS, March 8 – April 14. Amanda Hodges finds plenty to enjoy in the first major London revival of Charlotte Jones' multi award-winning comedy Read more

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Jonathan Keenan

4 STARS, Feb 3 – March 3. Catherine Bardrick enjoys a richly rewarding and riveting roundabout of contemporary drama at the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond Read more

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4 STARS, until January 20. Catherine Bardick enjoys a sparkling comedy of mayhem and mischief as Surrey is invaded by Socialism and Feminism. Life in a country house will never be the same again. Read more

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4 STARS, November 2 – December 2. Catherine Bardrick awards four stars to an intense exploration of grief and loss which asks the question, 'Is it ever possible to move on?' Read more

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4 STARS, Oct 10-28. Amanda Hodges discovers the unexpected delights of a surprisingly life-affirming play about depression Read more

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The March on Russia

Helen Maybanks

5 STARS, September 7 – October 7. An intimate portrayal of a working class marriage, delicately capturing the hopes and dreams of a whole generation, writes Jane McGowan Read more

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Game of Thrones actor Ian Gelder has swapped Casterly Rock for Richmond in his latest role as Mr Pasmore in David Storey’s The March on Russia Read more

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5 STARS, May 18 – June 24. "If you want to be reminded why you love theatre and you’re OK with stroboscopes, the ‘f’ word and a bit of violence, go and see this play!", says Richard Davies Read more

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4.5 STARS, March 30 – May 1. For lovers of rom-coms and Jane Austen coquetery, the Lottery of Love at the Orange Tree, Richmond is a brilliant night’s entertainment. Con Crowley reviews Read more

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Jane McGowan meets Paul Miller, celebrated artistic director of Richmond’s Orange Tree Theatre Read more

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4 STARS, March 18-25. Equally suitable for kids and adults alike, Shakespeare Up Close's production of Twelfth Night is a streamlined, fast-paced romp through one of The Bard's most popular romantic comedies, says Fiona Adams Read more

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5 STARS. "The play grabs your attention and does not let go until the lights go out again" says Richard Davies. Showing at the Orange Tree Theatre until March 25 Read more

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Richard Davies finds little to laugh about at the Orange Tree Theatre’s production of Winter Solstice. Showing until February 11. Read more

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"...a subtly shaded but richly rewarding festive treat." Says Amanda Hodges. 4 STARS Read more

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As the Orange Tree prepares to stage a revival of Caryl Churchill’s Blue Heart, Jane McGowan catches up with two of its stars, Amelda Brown and Janet Henfrey Read more

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