Posts Tagged ‘Jonathan Church’

Review of a lesser-known Arthur Miller play, The Price (LINKED) at Bath Theatre Royal, with David Suchet and Brendan Coyle. It has been critically acclaimed. I have a somewhat contrary view.

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Review of Racing Demon by David Hare in Bath Theatre Royal’s 2017 Summer Season, directed by Jonathan Church. Starring David Haig and Papa Essiedu. This 1990 award winning play is set in the Church of England in South London.


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Review of Harold Brighouse’s classic comedy Hobson’s Choice, in its centenary production. Bath Theatre Royal and touring. Directed by Jonathan Church.


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Review of Mack & Mabel (FOLLOW LINK) at Chichester Festival Theatre. Stunning stagecraft and the voices of Michael Ball (as Mack Sennett) and Rebecca LaChance (as Mabel Normand).I don’t know how good the 1974 production was, but I’d guess that this one is so good because of what the 2015 direction and production has added.


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Review of the re-opening production at Chichester Festival Theatre, Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus (LINKED) with Rupert Everett, Joshua McGuire and Jessie Buckley. An out and out five star play, for the second Saturday afternoon in a row, Monumental.


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