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Seven Brides For Seven Brothers at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

REVIEW: Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre ✭✭✭

The utterly reliable Laura Pitt-Pulford brings strength, warmth and thoughtfulness to Milly – frankly, she outdoes Jane Powell by some distance. Her Milly is completely believable, a realistic contradiction of thoughts and deeds, and a woman unafraid to be driven (and bound) by her lust – for Adam and for life. Vocally, Pitt-Pulford is a […]

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To Kill A Mockingbird at the Barbican Theatre

REVIEW: To Kill A Mockingbird, Barbican Theatre ✭✭✭✭✭

Timothy Sheader’s utterly astonishing, profoundly beautiful, and intensely gripping production of To Kill A Mockngbird, is now playing at the Barbican Theatre. It’s not practically perfect in every way – it is absolutely perfect in every way. In terms of glorious story-telling and superb ensemble acting rapturously telling a richly detailed and extraordinarily resonant – […]

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