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The House of Bernarda Alba, Baron’s Court Theatre – Review

Federico García LorcaDirected by Adam Morley★★★ Pros: Belen Díaz’s performance as Bernarda Alba really brings the show together. Cons: The production in the original Spanish limits the audience pool significantly. Our verdict: Spain’s past and history came alive in the little theatre of Barons Court. A powerful and symbolic production filled with surprises. The House of Bernarda Alba is Spain’s most famous dramatist Federico García Lorca’s last tragedy. Written in the midst of the Civil War that would ultimately cost him ...

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Blood Wedding, Waterloo East Theatre

Federico Garcia LorcaDirected by Zoe Ford★★★ Pros: Some strong cast members offer passionate and realistic performances. Cons: The surrealism surrounding the final act may be off putting for some. Seating arrangement made it hard to see some of the action. Our Verdict: The first and final acts leave much to be desired however this is more to do with the play itself than this production of it. Courtesy of Hiraeth Artistic Productions Hiraeth Artistic Production‘s version of Lorca’s Blood Wedding is ...

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Win tickets to see Blood Wedding! – Closed

Good news theatre fans: we’re giving away some free theatre tickets again! We’ve teamed up with Hiraeth Artistic Productions again to give you a chance to win two tickets to see their production of Federico Garcia Lorca’s Blood Wedding at the Waterloo East Theatre, London. The tickets are valid for any performance between 12th June – 7th July 2013, subject to availability. As always with our competitions, there are absolutely no catches. We’re not going to sell your data to any third parties and we’re ...

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