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Total posts found for "Young Vic" — 96
15th Nov 2015
Time of Women

TIME OF WOMEN – Young Vic, London.

Marking ten years since their formation, the Belarus Free Theatre are celebrating with Staging a Revolution, a festival-cum-retrospective of their work, which continues here with the UK premiere of Time...

19th Nov 2014
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DUSK – The Young Vic, London.

I was fortunate to watch Dusk alongside a wonderfully interactive school group, who were very eager and willing to join in with all of the ‘It’ noises, led by the...

05th Jul 2013
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BRILLIANT – Young Vic Theatre, London.

The Young Vic is perhaps my favourite London Theatre. The reason being that in all my many years of visiting this venue I’ve simply never seen a dud. It’s exhilaratingly...

24th May 2013
A doll's house preview

WEST END SHOW AT YOUNG VIC PRICES

West End transfer for the Young Vic's production of Ibsen's A DOLL'S HOUSE with over 29,000 West End tickets at Young Vic prices.

26th Apr 2013
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THE JMK YOUNG DIRECTOR’S AWARD 2013

To make it as a director in this world is one of the hardest things to do, I should know, I am trying. In a completely over saturated industry where...

19th Oct 2015
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I’M WITH THE BANNED – KOKO, London.

I’m with the Banned is the opening event of Staging A Revolution, a series of theatrical events taking place over two weeks to mark the 10th anniversary of Belarus Free...

27th Mar 2014
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THE EVENTS – Arts Depot, London.

David Greig wrote The Events as a response to the killing of 77 people by Anders Brevik in Norway in 2011. Wisely, it doesn’t use the details of that tragedy:...

05th Nov 2012
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MISS JULIE

Miss Julie is a personal favorite of mine, so I was keen to see director Vernon Douglas’s version when it popped up, having missed the Young Vic’s production earlier this...

01st Jun 2016
Jane Eyre

JANE EYRE – Richmond Theatre, London.

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë is a staple of classic British literature. Adapting such a well-loved novel must be a daunting prospect, but it is one that the Northern Ballet...

26th May 2016
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A SUBJECT OF SCANDAL AND CONCERN – Finborough Theatre, London.

2016 marks the sixtieth anniversary of the term “angry young man” being coined by George Fearon in an attempt to describe John Osborne’s post-war writing to an audience more accustomed...

17th Feb 2016
Orphans

ORPHANS – Southwark Playhouse, London.

Orphans, written by Lyle Kessler and directed by Paul Tomlinson, is a brutal and touching story of two brothers whose tenuous lives are disrupted when a stranger intrudes into the...

09th Oct 2015
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CRUSHED SHELLS AND MUD – Southwark Playhouse, London.

Writer Ben Musgrave presents us with a view of a dystopian Britain in some unspecified future that only gradually comes into focus. When Crushed Shells and Mud begins we seem to...