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The Fever - Almeida Theatre - thoughts

Something—a part of myself—has been hidden from me, and I think it’s the part that’s there on the surface, what anyone in the world could see about me if they saw me out the window of a passing train. 524 more words



I’ve come to the conclusion that to say anything about this play would be to spoil it, and its too good to spoil. It certainly lives up to its title. 161 more words


Theatre review - The Merchant of Venice at the Almeida Theatre

Back in 2011, I had been very much looking forward to seeing Rupert Goold’s new production of The Merchant of Venice for the RSC. Sadly work commitments meant I never made it to the show and I was therefore very pleased to hear that the same production, with most of the original cast, would be coming to the Almeida stage and tonight I finally saw the show for myself. 1,063 more words


A hallucination from my fevered brain

The Fever – Almeida Theatre @ The May Fair Hotel, until 07 February 2015

The use of The May Fair Hotel is spot-on. It isn’t so much that it is a luxury hotel, but it is that type of global, anonymous luxury that means absolutely nothing. 410 more words

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The Merchant of Venice- Almeida Theatre

‘We all ignorantly role play’ could be one of the more enduring messages to take away from Rupert Goold’s revival of his 2011 The Merchant of Venice… 1,022 more words


The Merchant of Venice, Almeida review

Review of The Merchant of Venice in Rupert Goold’s Almeida Theatre production. This is high-concept Shakespeare set in a Las Vegas casino with an Elvis impersonator as Lancelot Gobbo, and a TV dating show to choose Portia’s suitors. 8 more words

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