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          • Tue 09 Jun 2009 11:33


            Tackling the subject of a human tragedy that was at the forefront of both the political world and the media just nine years ago is not an easy thing to do

          • Tue 09 Jun 2009 10:28

            As You Like It

            Is there more joyful a place than the Forest of Arden in Shakespeare’s Globe’s new production of As You Like It? It is hard to think of one.

          • Mon 08 Jun 2009 14:48

            Woman In Black celebrates 20 years

            The Woman In Black, the West End’s longest running supernatural chiller, celebrated 20 years of scaring audiences witless at the weekend with an anniversary performance on 6 June.

          • Mon 08 Jun 2009 10:59

            Billy wins big at Tonys

            Billy Elliot The Musical picked up a record 10 Tony Awards at a ceremony at Radio City Music Hall, New York, last night.

          • Mon 08 Jun 2009 09:46

            Horrocks gets her gun at Young Vic

            Jane Horrocks is to return to the Young Vic later this year to star in the revival of Irving Berlin’s musical Annie Get Your Gun, the show’s first London production for 17 years.

          • Fri 05 Jun 2009 13:01

            Nunn and Grindley return to Spacey’s Old Vic

            Kevin Spacey and Trevor Nunn (pictured) are to reunite at the Old Vic for a production of 1955 American play Inherit The Wind. Nunn will direct Spacey in the drama in September, before David Grindley continues the Old Vic season with a revival of John Guare’s Six Degrees Of Separation.

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          • Fri 05 Jun 2009 10:47


            There really is a little bit of everything in Arcadia; comedy, drama, intellectual debate, heartbreaking emotions, fantasy, reality and mystery. So much, in fact, that it might appear a random mess, were it not so perfectly ordered.

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            20 Mar 2009Stoppard’s Arcadia revived in West End

          • Thu 04 Jun 2009 10:32


            Jude Law, alone, haunted, crouched in the darkness, surrounded by the towering bleakness of Elsinor. It is a wordless opening scene that masterfully sets the tone for the Hollywood star’s return to the stage as Hamlet.

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            01 Jul 2009Law’s Hamlet to be on Broadway

          • Wed 03 Jun 2009 15:47

            Kevin R McNally

            Kevin R McNally, character actor, well-known pirate and former television scriptwriter, tells Caroline Bishop about his new found classical career for the Donmar Warehouse.

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            01 Jul 2009Law’s Hamlet to be on Broadway

          • Wed 03 Jun 2009 14:32

            Paige leads West End support for tkts

            Elaine Paige and a host of Theatreland stars were on hand at tkts Leicester Square this lunchtime to help promote the changes to the West End’s only official theatre ticket booth.

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