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Sunday 26 April 2015 2:12 AM

Theatre Reviews

Best-selling book and £30m-grossing film, John Boyne's The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas has now been adapted by Angus Jackson for the stage.

Simply but effectively staged on a revolving set, it tells of the friendship between nine-year-old German boy Bruno and Shmuel, a Jewish boy born on the same day, trapped behind a concentration camp fence. Their story does not

10:24 Fri 17 Apr 2015
The cast of Danny Champion of the World Big kids, little kids, and anyone in between, I highly recommend you see Danny Champion of the World. The retelling of Roald Dahl's beloved novel stays true to the story with some of the script
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16:20 Wed 11 Feb 2015
Blood Brothers Did you ever hear the story of the Johnstone twins? Separated at birth, Micky and Eddie grow up in very different homes. Despite their families efforts to keep them apart, the boys, by chance, meet
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08:50 Wed 14 Jan 2015
Actor Paul Nicholas I love a good murder mystery, and this is a really good one. And Then There Were None performed by the Agatha Christie Theatre Company stays true to the original novel and does well to
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13:00 Wed 15 Apr 2015
Dear Lupin True life stories seem to be all the rage at the moment, if you use the film industry as a benchmark. With accolade-winners such as The Imitation Game and The Theory Of Everything, you could
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10:59 Wed 11 Feb 2015
History of Comedy Why did the chicken cross Altwood Road? Could it be to visit Norden Farm to see the Reduced Shakespeare Comedy unravel the world's most famous joke in The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged)? Having already
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10:05 Fri 19 Dec 2014
Dick The London lad who made his name in EastEnders is now making a capital mayor - with a little help from a cat, his chat and a host of co-performers. Forget Boris Johnson's political bon
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