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HOW TO WIN AGAINST HISTORY – London & Edinburgh

In Cabaret, Comedy, Edinburgh Festival, Festivals, London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews, Scotland by Laura KresslyLeave a Comment

British history is peppered with truly remarkable people. Kings, queens, writers, actors, scientists, athletes and military generals pepper school history books and cultural subconscious. Then there are the people like Henry Paget, fifth Marquis of Anglesey, who are largely forgotten, tucked away in the centuries-old folds of this country’s past.

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Review: Dead Royal (Oval House)

In London theatre, Musicals, Plays, Reviews by Johnny FoxLeave a Comment

Dead Royal intertwines the stories of Wallis Simpson and Diana Spencer, one man plays two women who never quite made it to the throne despite behaving like a petulant old queen and an empty-headed young one. We sent our oldest and youngest, er, Royal Correspondents to see it. JF: I suppose this sent you scurrying to […]

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