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CommonWealth, Almeida Theatre

Roz Wyllie Directed by Caitlin McLeod ★★★ Pros: Timely look at the world of the privileged few. Cons: Not really sharing anything new. Our Verdict: An enthusiastic bunch of young and brave performers. Courtesy of Almeida Theatre I was very impressed by this cleverly devised performance that explores social inequality and the world of private education. The Young Friends of the Almeida company, working alongside a professional team, are clearly the best placed to present a play that deals with the experience ...

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Facts, Finborough Theatre

Arthur MilnerDirected by Caitlin McLeod★★★★ Pros: A strong and well written script with some great acting. Cons: The beginning of the play throws you in the deep end where you might not understand the history and background of the situation. Our Verdict: A solid script which portrays a complex geopolitical issue with simplicity, strongly supported by a great cast and effective directing. Courtesy of The Finborough Theatre An Israeli interrogation room served as the base for this play, written by ...

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