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Duet for One Belinda Lang and Jonathan Coy Credit: Robert Day

REVIEW | Duet For One | UK Tour

Following its highly acclaimed run in the West End, Duet for One is a simple yet captivating two-hander that captures the vulnerability we are left with when stripped of the thing that defines us. Stephanie is a renowned violinist who is undergoing therapy after being diagnosed with MS. After living her life for music and…

Maydays at the RSC The Other Place. Photo credit: Richard Lakos

REVIEW | Maydays | RSC

Known as the ‘Engine Room’ of the Royal Shakespeare Company, The Other Place is a really cool contemporary venue that showcases a lot of unique and bold pieces of theatre. Their latest production is an adaptation of David Edgar’s Maydays. First staged in 1983, this strong piece of theatre highlights the parallels between the political…

Tartuffe at the RSC - Credit: Topher McGrillis

REVIEW | Tartuffe | RSC

Telling the story of a Pakistani Muslim family from Birmingham, the RSC’s adaptation of Moliére’s Tartuffe is superbly contemporary and brilliantly funny. Adapted by the writers of Goodness Gracious Me, The Kumars and Citizen Khan, Anil Gupta and Richard Pinto, it’s rich in humour. Telling the story of the Pervaiz family who are modern Muslims…