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          • Fri 01 Aug 2008 11:59

            Her Naked Skin

            It is easy to forget what women went through to achieve the vote. From the moment Rebecca Lenkiewicz’s play opens with footage of Emily Wilding Davison throwing herself under the hooves of the King’s horse at the 1913 Epsom Derby, we are reminded.

          • Thu 31 Jul 2008 12:56

            ...Some Trace Of Her

            Katie Mitchell is a director famous for dividing opinion with her controversial adaptations of classic literature. Her latest production, the film and stage hybrid ...Some Trace Of Her, is no exception.

          • Tue 29 Jul 2008 12:05

            Gone Too Far!

            Has there ever been a more timely piece of programming than transferring Gone Too Far!, the Royal Court’s Laurence Olivier Award-winning hit from 2007’s Upstairs season, to the theatre’s larger Downstairs theatre?

          • Mon 28 Jul 2008 12:01

            Under The Blue Sky

            The lives, loves and losses of six teachers are intertwined in three tightly constructed scenes in David Eldridge’s play at the Duke of York’s.

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          • Tue 22 Jul 2008 17:01

            The Female Of The Species

            In a week where Germaine Greer has loomed over the production like the angry clouds of a British summer sky, The Female Of The Species faced critics who would actually watch the play last night.

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          • Thu 17 Jul 2008 11:54

            The Female Of The Species

            In a week where Germaine Greer has loomed over the production like the angry clouds of a British summer sky, The Female Of The Species faced critics who would actually watch the play last night.

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          • Wed 16 Jul 2008 11:39

            Zorro

            There seemed to be a mass holding of breath at the beginning of last night’s performance at the Garrick theatre as the audience waited to see if all three sides of a giant z would catch fire as intended, writes Caroline Bishop.

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          • Fri 11 Jul 2008 12:03

            Moonlight And Magnolias

            Gone With The Wind was but a neatly-trimmed whisker away from being a complete flop. Hard to imagine, I know, that the classic film may never have been made, writes Matthew Amer.

          • Thu 10 Jul 2008 14:32

            The Frontline

            Tragic romance, vengeance, violence and a romantic candle-lit balcony – The Frontline is definitely in keeping with the Globe’s Shakespearean roots...

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          • Tue 08 Jul 2008 12:16

            Free Outgoing

            Mobile technology has devastating consequences for one family in Anupama Chandrasekhar’s play at the Royal Court.

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