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The Wedding

The Wedding Review

It is commonplace to be moved to tears by a bittersweet story. It is much rarer to be similarly moved by optimism and the sheer force of joy. But in their nine-strong physical theatre piece The Wedding, Gecko and creator Amit Lahov nail it, as if they are preachers with a limitless supply of mojo. […]

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28 Nov 2018
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9 Nov 2018
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Romeo and Juliet Review

“ROMANCE IS ULTIMATELY DEADLY, BUT NOT ALWAYS DEADLY SERIOUS.” When watching an updated version of Romeo and Juliet, one can’t help but be reminded of Baz Luhrmann‘s 1996 film. Although there are one or two similarities, such as the rager of a Capulet party where the young couple meet, RSC Deputy Artistic Director Erica Whyman‘s […]

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29 Oct 2018
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Macbeth at Barbican Theatre Review

CHILING AND KUBRICKIAN BUT LACKS A COHERENT THEME Opening RSC’s London season of a trilogy of Shakespeare plays, Polly Findlay directs Shakespeare’s bloody psychological thriller, Macbeth. Taking it from the foggy Scottish moors and transplanting it into a modern setting, we see the castles of Glamis and Fife shown as shabby hotel lobbies. Reminiscent of […]

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15 Sep 2014
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