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‘Puzzling, moving, clever & humane’: THE HEIGHT OF THE STORM – West End ★★★★★

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In The Height Of The Storm, faultlessly directed by Jonathan Kent, the strangeness and pathos are extreme. Because though indeed Jonathan Pryce’s patriarch is in rising dementia, and Eileen Atkins his living – or dead – wife, the theme above all is love: settled, interdependent, half-century devotion.

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‘A funnier, more chilling, more satisfying comedy you will not find’: THE LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE – West End ★★★★★

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CRITIC AND HELLRAISER LUKE JONES WINCES AND LAUGHS …   This is as violent as anything I’ve seen on the stage. And I’m including in this survey that Titus Andronicus at the Globe which saw half a GCSE class collapse … Continue reading →