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REVIEW | Shadowlands | UK Tour

Shadowlands is the story of the iconic author CS Lewis’ life and his relationship with his wife Joy, who fought a treacherous battle with cancer. C.S Lewis is an author and teacher at Oxford University during the 1950s. Joy, an American fan of his work flys over from New York to have tea with Lewis….

REVIEW | Breakfast At Tiffany’s | UK Tour

Breakfast at Tiffany’s, adapted from the novel by Truman Capote, is most well known for the iconic film starring Audrey Hepburn, who plays the frivolous country girl turned New York society girl. Richard Greenberg’s stage adaptation of the novel is a slick and pacy yet intimate production. The play itself sticks closely to the novel, as opposed to the…

REVIEW | And Then There Were None |UK Tour

Agatha Christie is renowned for putting together thrilling murder mystery novels. Transferring these novels to the stage could lack the same effect however director Joe Harmston achieves it. The art deco style set designed by Simon Scullion is highly impressive, it’s style sets the era for the whole piece and intricate detailing has taken place to ensure the authenticity…