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October 25, 2017 Susan Elkin

Jekyll and Hyde (Susan Elkin reviews)

Evan Placey’s fascinating ‘version’ of the familiar Jekyll and Hyde is much more a topical. intelligent, thoughtful, feminist take on Robert Lewis Stevenson’s novella...

October 25, 2017 Susan Elkin

Othello (Susan Elkin reviews)

This version of Othello takes us to a thuggish world of gang warfare, ruthless competing for girls and a great deal of violence with...

October 25, 2017 Susan Elkin

Grease (Susan Elkin reviews)

Grease is such an iconic show that the audience tends to arrive already drunk with endorphins even before the band plays the first...

October 25, 2017 Susan Elkin

Anything That Flies (Susan Elkin reviews)

Judith Burnley’s stunningly well written, new two-hander play has more layers than an apfelstrudel. It’s 1991. The Berlin Wall has just come...

October 22, 2017 Susan Elkin

Over recruitment?

I’m often invited to drama schools – to see shows, meet students, admire premises, chat to staff or whatever. I’ve been to...

October 15, 2017 Susan Elkin

Should we teach theatre etiquette?

We all want to see lots of young people in theatres. And having got them there of course, in an ideal world,...

October 9, 2017 Susan Elkin

A Day by the Sea (Susan Elkin reviews)

It’s 1953. War widow, Frances Farrar (Alix Dunmore) has just divorced her second husband and has returned, with her children, for a...

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