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Illusion of Grandeur at the Southwark Playhouse?

Saturday 8th September, matinée Rather like the central character in the Southwark Playhouse production of ‘The Illusion’, a world-weary father who wants to know about his estranged son, we soon found ourselves becoming rather world weary ourselves, with some questions of … Continue reading

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Hamlet at the Young Vic: though this be madness, yet there is method in’t

In a fascinating interview, director Ian Rickson states that “I don’t want to create a scheme which is neat and makes it easy for people to define what a play is because all great plays occupy a space which is … Continue reading

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