Nina Raine’s Rabbit presented by Protocol Is a play of much verbal jousting, with brilliantly timed direction from Robbie Taylor Hunt and a top draw cast.
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Paul T Davies reviews Sean O’Casey’s classic play The Plough And The Stars which is now playing at the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith.
Adapting material so well known and admired in literature and film is no easy task, but Bryony Lavery’s excellent version of Graham Greene’s classic novel Brighton Rock shimmers with violence and tension.
Black Sheep is a fascinating portrait not just of the actor, but of theatre and film at a time of great social change, and an immensely informative and enjoyable read.
Interestingly, this was my first encounter with Henry James’ classic tale, and the major revelation to me was how much it clearly influenced The Woman in Black.
The York Realist is a beautiful time capsule of lost love, and Gil’s script brims with tenderness.
Vamos are one of the best theatre companies working in Britain today, and they embark on a nationwide tour with A Brave Face. They are not to be missed.
Yes Gundog is a bleak play, but the script breaks into the most wonderful, poetic language, particularly from Mick, who delivers a beautiful speech about planting himself in the earth and the sky to protect his family.