Posts Tagged ‘Justin Audibert’

Review of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Snow in Midsummer. This is a modernised version of a 13th century Chinese classical play by Guan Hanquing. It’s set in the town of “New Harmony” now, and is like a modernised Jacobean revenge tragedy. Eclectic style and moods. A total surprise and an exciting and vibrant production.


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Review of Terence Rattigan’s Flare Path (1942) now touring. I saw it at Salisbury Playhouse. I’ve never been a Rattigan fan, and this was just too creakily of its time for me.


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Review of Christopher Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta (1589) at the RSC Swan Theatre in a fabulous all-out Royal Shakespeare Company production. The Jew of Malta (10)

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