Posts Tagged ‘Phil Daniels’

Review of the World Premiere of Martin McDonagh’s “A Very Very Very Dark Matter” at The Bridge Theatre (FOLOW THE LINK). As one might expect, this is a very (very very) unconventional play about Hans Christian Anderson, and his very (very very) dark secret. We thought it wonderful.


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A review added of the second King Lear in two and a bit weeks. This King Lear is with Ian McKellen at Chichester’s Minerva Theatre, (LINKED) one of the hottest theatre tickets of the year.


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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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Review of Antony and Cleopatra (LINKED) in the Shakespeare’s Globe production, 6th July 2014.  Starring Eve Best as Cleopatra and Clive Wood as Antony. “This is exactly why you go to the Globe to see Shakespeare”.

Eve Best and Clive Wood in Antony and Cleopatra

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