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Review of Cirque Berserk Cirque Berserk (Peacock)
Julius Green's production has its own grungy industrial power, loudly underscored by a nasty electronic score ( more
Review of Battlefield Battlefield (Young Vic)
The staging screams trademark Brook and is enchantingly simple, yet continually surprising...a distinct aesthetic harmony ( more
Review of Rabbit Hole Rabbit Hole (Hampstead Theatre)
Hampstead Theatre is fast becoming the go-to London address for new American plays. It's painful to watch, but also utterly gripping and stunningly played ( more
Review of The Master Builder The Master Builder
Rewarding (; Fiennes at the height of his powers (Guardian); Intelligent production is all shifting nuance (Telegraph); Fiennes throws himself in to the part (Mail). more
Review of Ma Rainey's Black Bottom Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
Gripping & chastening (; Sharon D Clarke is terrific (Telegraph); Richly detailed ensemble acting (Independent); More where this came from, please (Standard). more
Review of Red Velvet Red Velvet
Slightly over-projected by some of its supporting cast, with a lot of shouting and bad foreign effective slice of theatrical history ( more

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