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Cry Havoc – Review

Park Theatre “What is your relationship to this man?” It’s a question that recurs through Tom Coash’s play, and it’s one that neatly keeps the focus on the two central characters. These are Nicholas (Marc Antolin), a British academic working in Egypt, and his native lover Mohammed (James El-Sharawy). His name having been “on a list” since some political cartoons in his student days drew him to the attention of the authorities, the play begins with Mohammed, newly released from ...

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The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk, Wilton’s Music Hall – Review

Pros: Everything about this production, from the performances and the writing to the music and the design, is fascinating to watch and touching to experience. Cons: It is hard to say anything bad about this deeply felt love story and the dedication of the team behind it. After captivating audiences at The Globe in 2016, Kneehigh’s play about Marc and Bella Chagall, art and love begins its 2018 tour with a four-week stop at Wilton’s Music Hall. Fitting the magical surroundings of Wilton’s like ...

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