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Saturday 22 November 2014 1:26 AM

Theatre Reviews

Review: To Kill a Mockingbird

16:42 Wed 05 Nov 2014

Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird remains as powerful and relevant as it was when it was first published in 1960.

The revered story revolves largely around the perception of its youngest characters and the stage adaptation begins with the cast scrawling a childish outline of the Maycomb neighbourhood on the stage floor, representing the only known


12:05 Wed 08 Oct 2014
Barnum Something wonderful rolled into High Wycombe last night in the form of the Cameron Mackintosh-produced circus spectacular, Barnum. This exhilarating musical follows the irrepressible dreams of Phineas T Barnum, America's Greatest Showman, who lit up
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09:15 Fri 26 Sep 2014
Not About Heroes I'm not a big fan of poetry, so my personal expectations regarding enjoying The Blackeyed Theatre's production about two famous war poets, was not high. However, that changed, as I was absorbed into this beautifully
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10:04 Fri 08 Aug 2014
Dreamboats and Miniskirts Up with skirts (and down with trousers). It's the Sixties, hemlines are rising, women's ambitions are growing and Britain has finally sailed out of the post-war doldrums. Dreamboats and Miniskirts takes up the plot where
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08:56 Fri 03 Oct 2014
Party to murder The audience have a chance to play detective in the latest murder mystery play at the Mill at Sonning, which lends itself beautifully to a script which kicks off with a Halloween sance and plenty
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10:05 Fri 05 Sep 2014
dc Dangerous Corner Theatre Royal Windsor Wednesday, September 3 to Saturday, September 13 All is not at it seems in this lavish adaption of this classic JB Priestley whodunnit. After a can of worms is unknowingly
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10:24 Fri 01 Aug 2014
Scallywag A new Irish farce opened at the Mill at Sonning written by Dwina Murphy-Gibb which had a one-week showcase at the Tristan Bates Theatre in London last year. Wouldn't we all like the opportunity to
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