Posts Tagged ‘Paul Rider’

We are at the start of Classic Spring Theatre’s London year of Oscar Wilde, produced (and here directed) by Dominic Dromgoole. The first play is A Woman of No Importance, starring Eve Best, Anne Reid and Dominic Rowan. A fabulous cast, great sets and costumes. The first of four Wilde comedies.


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Review of The Tempest at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at The Globe, Shakespeare’s last solo-written play and Dominic Dromgoole’s last play as Artistic Director of The Globe.




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Review of the revived production of The Knight of The Burning Pestle at Sam Wanamaker’s Playhouse at the Globe. This play, written in 1607, is a seminal work in English comedy, and this production is so good I have had to amend my “Best of 2014” list from two weeks ago to include it.


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