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‘Very moving’: LEAR ALONE – And Tomorrow Theatre Company (Online review)

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In partnership with Crisis, the And Tomorrow Theatre Company has developed a quintet of plays (Abdictation, Dissolution, Isolation, Desolation) which take Shakespeare’s King Lear as inspiration – drawing out the lines of Lear himself. This project, which places the character of the king into a modern and harsh London, is directed by Anthony Shrubsall with cinematography by Charles Teton and is called Lear Alone.

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From online festivals to streaming platforms, here’s a digital theatre catch-up to lift your spirits

In Children's theatre, Dance, Features, Festivals, London theatre, Musicals, Online shows, Plays, Regional theatre by Louise PennLeave a Comment

Welcome to our first 2021 round-up of digital shows available for you to watch in the next few weeks.

From large-scale musicals to Zoom experiences, student showcases to the Bard, film and comedy, children’s theatre to audio pieces, storytelling to…

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‘Paul Kennedy gives a performance of note’: CONTINUITY – Finborough Theatre (Online review)

In London theatre, Online shows, Opinion, Reviews by John ChapmanLeave a Comment

Continuity is just one of the online plays available from the Finborough Theatre’s repertoire. It is not an easy watch but has many important points to make about political and personal beliefs and is a worthy addition to the theatre’s growing roster of material which challenges and provokes.