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The Crucible UK Tour

REVIEW | The Crucible | UK Tour

Originally performed in 1953, Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is a well-known play studied by many students across the country. It’s an exploration of the Salem witch trials set in the Puritan New England town of Salem. It’s a timeless piece that although is set many years ago, plays a huge part in our everyday life. Fear…

RSC Mischief Festival Earthworks and Myth

REVIEW | RSC’s Mischief Festival – Earthworks & Myth

This year the RSC’s Mischief Festival presents a double bill of plays centred around the question:  “What is unsayable in the 21st century?” They have created two powerfully creative pieces that combine sincerity, wit and depth to create performances that are entirely thought-provoking.   Earthworks The first performance titled Earthworks is directed by Artistic Director of the…

RSC Vice Versa by Phil Porter

REVIEW | Vice Versa | RSC

Inspired by playwright Plautus and his famous comedies about Ancient Rome, in conjunction with the RSC’s Rome season, Phil Porter has written the comedy Vice Versa which whilst set in Rome, has all the superb qualities of contemporary comedies. With farcical plays really taking off in today’s theatre world, such as the smash-hit The Play That Goes Wrong, Phil Porter’s comedy…