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The Importance of Being Earnest – Mayflower, Southampton

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Director: Adrian Noble Writer: Oscar Wilde Reviewer: Sharon MacDonald-Armitage Oscar Wilde’s play The Importance of Being Earnest arrives at Southampton’s Mayflower in a flurry of anticipation as David Suchet takes on the character of Lady Bracknell in Wilde’s famous satire on love and marriage. Most recognised for his portrayal of Agatha Christie’s iconic Belgian detective Hercule Poirot it is easy ...

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NEWS: Samsung helps bring Digital Theatre into your home

For the past three years, media production company Digital Theatre has been bringing London's theatre to wherever you are in the form of a high-definition digital recording, a theatrical experience for less than the price of a restricted view seat at most West End theatres (online rentals are from £6.99). Founders Robert Delamere and Tom Shaw have now taken the ...

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WHAT’S HOT – 9th April 2012

Catherine Love has once again delved into the theatrical offerings that are tempting us into the theatre this week. From a Pulitzer Prize-winning play that delves into the bond of family, to a new verbatim play from the acclaimed writer behind The National Theatre's surprising hit London Road, Alecky Blythe. David Eldridge continues his growing relationship with The Royal Exchange ...

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Long Day’s Journey Into Night – Milton Keynes Theatre

Writer: Eugene O’Neill Director: Anthony Page Reviewer: Maggie Constable [rating:4.5] The classic drama Long Day’s Journey Into Night by acclaimed playwright Eugene O’Neill, previewed at Milton Keynes Theatre this evening, one of only five venues to be showing the production prior to a West End run. The story takes place at the start of the 20th century and involves a ...

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