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‘You gain in a proximity to the action denied even to the front row’: NT Live screening – The Madness of King George III

In Films, Opinion, Plays, Regional theatre, Reviews by Maryam PhilpottLeave a Comment

The revival of Alan Bennett’s 1991 classic The Madness of King George III at Nottingham Playhouse couldn’t then be more relevant, a play that speaks to our interest in the people who govern us as well as concerns about fitness to rule, mental health and its treatment.

FLARE PATH – Touring

In London theatre, Plays, Reviews by Caroline Hanks-FarmerLeave a Comment

Set in 1942 this National tour of Terence Rattigan‘s wartime masterpiece is celebrating the 70th anniversary of VE day and is drawn from Rattigan’s own experiences of his RAF days of which he is pictured in the program, which incidentally makes for a fascinating read for all ages. With such a stellar cast as this, it was bound to be a fitting tribute to a historic time.