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The heroic Noma Dumezweni + 7 quotes on women who take on the world

In Features, London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Quotes, Reviews by Terri PaddockLeave a Comment

After Anna Francolini on Monday and the Judy Garlands yesterday, I’m going for a hat trick of blogs about amazing women today so that I can tell you this: if you haven’t yet seen Linda at the Royal Court yet, get your skates on. If only for the pleasure of seeing the wonder that is Noma Dumezweni in action.

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NEWS: Kim Cattrall returns to London stage, David Morrissey meets McDonagh’s Hangman

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The Royal Court Theatre this week announced its autumn season, running from August 2015 to January 2016, which will include the first new stage play from Martin McDonagh (The Beauty Queen of Leenane, The Cripple of Inishmaan, The Pillowman onstage; In Bruges, Seven Psycopaths onscreen). Programming news has now been followed up with major casting updates including Kim Cattrall, David …

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Review: Private Lives (Vaudeville Theatre)

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Can she or can’t she? Most of the first-night audience were secretly betting Kim Cattrall wouldn’t be able to shake off the shadow of ‘Samantha Jones’ from ‘Sex and the City’ and turn herself into Noel Coward’s wittiest and most romantic heroine. In assailing the best-constructed comedy in the English Language as well as the […]

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