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Suits you, Larry: Olivier lauded actors dress up and talk shop

In Awards, Features, London theatre, Opinion, Photos, Quotes by Terri PaddockLeave a Comment

As a way of raising the glamour stakes ahead of this Sunday’s Laurence Olivier Awards, last Saturday’s Times Magazine‘s cover story was a five-star effort. For the piece, three out of four of this year’s Best Actor nominees – James McAvoy, Mark Strong (for The Ruling Class and A View From the Bridge, both of […]

MY NIGHT WITH REG Apollo, WC1

In London theatre, Plays, Reviews by Libby PurvesLeave a Comment

REMEMBERING REG…A REVIEW WORTH A  REMIX     Thought I should see how it feels in a bigger theatre, after writing at the Donmar that Kevin Elyot’s 1994 play is “pretty much perfect: a twist on the traditional drawing-room, single-set … Continue reading →

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Review: My Night With Reg (Donmar Warehouse)

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As a comedy about gay sex and the importance of protection, it’s unwittingly symbolic that My Night With Reg starts with a young painter and decorator recklessly glossing conservatory woodwork without a sheet to collect his white splashes. It’s also brilliant that such a modern morality play should be set in a theatrically conventional living room with […]

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Review: My Night With Reg (Donmar Warehouse)

In Reviews by Johnny FoxLeave a Comment

As a comedy about gay sex and the importance of protection, it’s unwittingly symbolic that My Night With Reg starts with a young painter and decorator recklessly glossing conservatory woodwork without a sheet to collect his white splashes. It’s also brilliant that such a modern morality play should be set in a theatrically conventional living room with […]

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