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‘At the core of this play is the importance of a patient’s quality of life’: THE QUALITY OF MERCY – Courtyard Theatre ★★★★★

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Given the nature of the show and its subject matter, The Quality of Mercy is an ‘understated’ affair. However, this is not a criticism or back-handed compliment. Quite the opposite. Flay has distilled all the facts and the myriad of opinions on the matter and created a deftly-fashioned show that lifts the layers off Shipman’s cognitive reasoning and treats the victims with the utmost respect.

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‘To have the opportunity to play him on stage is an honour’: Christopher Tajah brings Dream of a King to the Playground Theatre

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Playground Theatre will host the premiere of Dream of a King, a one-man play written and performed by Christopher Tajah (directed by Bernie C. Byrnes), depicting Martin Luther King Jr on the night he was assassinated. Tajah’s performance has been hailed as “mesmerising” and “powerful”.