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hang, Royal Court Theatre – Review

Pros: 70 minutes of faultless acting and impeccable design, with heart-wrenching writing to boot. Cons: If you’re looking for current affairs or a satirical view on capital punishment, this is not the play to find it Debbie Tucker Green and I have history: a fleeting four weeks, the existence of which is nothing to her but has marked me for life. This was my first term at drama school, in all its daunting and built up glory, and we set upon our ...

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The Amen Corner, National Theatre

James Baldwin Directed by Rufus Norris  ★★★★★  Pros: A unique and remarkable script, exceptional performances and gorgeous costumes with the best live jazz you’ll find in London town. Cons: Literally nothing. Our Verdict: We love the National and yet this production surpasses even its own high standards. This is an unforgettable evening of first class theatre. Courtesy of The National Theatre ‘Some of the congregation are sick in the body, some are sick in the soul.’ The Amen Corner has already ...

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