Posts Tagged ‘Chris Nayak’

Review of this year’s Globe production of King Lear I rarely do harsh reviews. This one is an exception.


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Much Ado About Nothing  (LINKED) is at Chichester, Manchester then London for a long run. This is a revival of the 2014 RSC production directed by Christopher Luscombe, and paired with Love’s Labour’s Lost under the title Love’s Labour’s Won. For the revival they have reverted to the better-known main title. One of the funniest plays you will ever see. A perfect introduction to Shakespeare too.


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Review of A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Play For The Nation. (SEE LINK) This superb production starts its tour of the country in Stratford, and will use different amateur actors as the “rude mechanicals” in each city for the play within a play, 84 in total, and 580 schoolchildren. A five star review.


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