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Theatre review: Game, Almeida Theatre

The Almeida reputation as a company that pushes theatrical boundaries continues apace with Game, the new play by Mike Bartlett in which the audience are voyeurs in an unorthodox response to the housing crisis. 544 more words

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What a treat it is to be back in a place where I can choose my theatregoing based on the venue’s reputation – and my previous experiences seeing shows there – rather than the title itself. 822 more words

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All harmless fun?

Game – Almeida Theatre, until 04 April 2015 (Tickets)

This review contains spoilers. If you want to know nothing about Game then read no further. 390 more words

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Carmen Disruption: Speaking of Opera...

After week two of rehearsals  for Carmen Disruption, directed by Michael Longhurst, Assistant Director Jude Christian explores how much Simon Stephens’ play relates to… 366 more words

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Carmen Disruption: A Matter of Time

Following the first week of rehearsals for Carmen Disruption, directed by Michael Longhurst, Assistant Director Jude Christian takes us inside the rehearsal room and the themes the cast have been exploring for… 357 more words

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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

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Game

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

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