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Waste at the National Theatre

REVIEW: Waste, National Theatre ✭✭✭✭

Barker’s play is extraordinary, especially given that it was written over a century ago and revised by him in the late 20’s, the original having been banned from performance. The notions and complex philosophies which underline the narrative are as fresh, vital and important now as then. The need to invest in the future, to […]

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