Monthly Archives: November 2012

REVIEW: Uncle Vanya at the Noel Coward

This article was first published on A Younger Theatre. To see the original review, please click here. It’s rare to see a completely astounding production. But Rimas Tuminas’s production for Vakhtangov Theatre is exactly that – Uncle Vanyaas you’ve never … Continue reading

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REVIEW: NSFW at the Royal Court

This article was first published on A Younger Theatre. To see the original review, please click here.   NSFW explodes onto the Royal Court stage with the force of a firework. Split between a lads’ mag (Doghouse) and a women’s … Continue reading

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The Painted Amphitheatre of Markt Mauerplatz (I SAW IT #5)

I SAW IT Arriving in Berlin on the early flight on a blisteringly cold January morning. Grey and cold and empty. Too tired to countenance much. Coming upon the beautiful colours of this amphitheatre behind Markt Mauerplatz in East Berlin. … Continue reading

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