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Mark Turner

20-24 Nov: Ayckbourn's Christmas satire lays a cynical eye on the family Christmas more

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21-24 Nov: "Andrew Bovell’s absorbing and powerful family chronicle is adroitly performed" more

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Robert Day

20-24 Nov: An engaging, but sometimes plodding adaptation more

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Nov 15-17: Another J. M. Barrie classic more

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6-24 Nov: An interesting and updated adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe’s The Pit and the Pendulum more

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6-17 Nov: Jane McGowan withstands “full of sound and fury signifying nothing” more

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Richmond Theatre: November 6th - November 10th 2018, 7.30 pm more

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Mary Wallace Theatre: 27 Oct - 3 Nov2018, 7.45 pm more

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4 STARS: "A beautifully crafted production of Owen Sheers anti-war play" concludes Steve Davis more

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Stephanie Claire

4 STARS: "A poignant, important play you need to see" more

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FIVE STARS: "Very, very funny. A brilliant night of mayhem and hilarity, with a satirical thread running through it" more

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Matt Pereira

5 STARS: "An interactive evening of Wonderland fun and nonsense" more

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3 STARS: "A nostalgic celebration of simple storytelling set in a world without screens" more

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STILL ALICE

Geraint Lewis

5 STARS: "A moving, ultimately inspiring exploration of the resilience and courage of the human spirit in the face of tragedy". more

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4 STARS: "A highly enjoyable and entertaining evening with some sharp writing and convincing performances". more

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3 STARS: A fast-moving, foot-tapping show that could well last forever more

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5 STARS: "An evening of absorbing theatre by a master of the medium: thought-provoking, moving, funny, witty, sharp and highly enjoyable." more

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Manuel Harlan

4 STARS: Amanda Hodges enjoys a sparkling double bill of plays about the life of innovative eighteenth-century artist William Hogarth at the Rose Theatre more

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3.5 STARS: A humorous play with elements of Shakespeare, sarcasm and flamboyance. more

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5 STARS: You have until September 29 to see this, otherwise, Oggy will be round to see you… more

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