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Macbeth, Jacksons Lane – Review

Sitting in a busy Jackson’s Lane auditorium five minutes in to Proteus Theatre’s Macbeth I was smiling, totally convinced by the setting and excited about what was to come. Presumably thanks to the involvement of movement consultant, George Mann, the opening was a tightly choreographed recreation of a 1980’s financial trading floor, full of wit and in-your-face charm. Twenty minutes in, however, an uneasy feeling was growing that the evening might have already peaked. By an hour in, impressive physical ...

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RETURN OF THE REGGIES (Part 2)

Best play is the blue ribbon award for the Reggies; the genre that originally gave the fringe its profile. In third place is Wipers Times at the Arts Theatre. Co-written by Ian Hislop, the play is a glorious mix of comedy, pathos and drama as the human cost of war is laid bare. In second place, Tiny Dynamite at the Old Red Lion. A play from the pen of Abi Morgan does exactly what it says on the tin. A ...

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Win a pair of tickets to see Macbeth at The Courtyard Theatre

It’s competition time again at Everything Theatre.  We’ve partnered up with The lovely people from East London Shakespeare Company and have two tickets for Macbeth, playing at The Courtyard Theatre between 21st November and 2nd December. But this isn’t any Macbeth, this is an all-female modernisation of Shakespeare’s classic play of betrayal and mistrust. It looks daring and we think it’s going to be great. All you have to do to be in with a chance of getting your hands ...

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