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My theatre diary: To Kill a Mockingbird, Henry V, As Is, Orson’s Shadow & The Invisible

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

Since I got back from my month of remote working in Mallorca, I’ve been lucky enough to pack in lots of trips to the theatre, including this quintuplet of limited season plays that are all worth a look. As usual, I’ve listed productions in closing date order, and the first on the list finishes this Saturday, so don’t delay if you want to see it…

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TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD – Touring

In Plays, Regional theatre, Reviews, Touring by Kristy StottLeave a Comment

Adapting Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, for the stage is a brave decision to make. The novel has recently celebrated its 50th anniversary, and besides being a staple on the GCSE curriculum, it has been translated into 40 languages and sold over 30 million copies worldwide. This humble, poignant and charming stage adaptation by Christopher Sergel pays homage to the legacy of the novel and everyone who has read it.