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Just how relevant to today is Steve Waters’ Limehouse?

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

“Labour is fucked!” roars Goodman-Hill’s Owen to open Limehouse. And the next hour and forty minutes watching the Gang of Four debate ideologies, divided loyalties and political contexts, including the hard-left’s anti-EU stance, leave you in no doubt just how relevant the play is to the party’s woefully position today.

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Weekly Theatre Podcast: The Moderate Soprano, Rotterdam, Anita and Me

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This week the London theatre bloggers discuss three new plays beyond the West End: David Hare’s The Moderate Soprano at Hampstead Theatre, Jon Brittain’s Rotterdam at Theatre 503 and Tanika Gupta’s adaptation of Meera Syal’s novel Anita and Me at Theatre Royal Stratford East.

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NEWS: Nancy Carroll joins Roger Allam in David Hare’s The Moderate Soprano

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Hampstead Theatre is delighted to announce an outstanding cast for David Hare’s fascinating new play. Joining Roger Allam, who plays John Christie, are Nancy Carroll as Audrey Mildmay, Paul Jesson as Dr Fritz Busch, Nick Sampson as Professor Carl Ebertand George Taylor as Rudolf Bing. Acclaimed writer David Hare returns to Hampstead following The Judas Kiss which transferred to the …