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June 23, 2016 Susan Elkin

Henry V (Susan Elkin review)

Taiko style rhythmic drumming, dazzling lights and line fighting in silhouette make for battle scenes as effective as I’ve ever seen them...

June 17, 2016 Susan Elkin

Richard III (Susan Elkin review)

Ralph Fiennes gives us a slightly twisted mouth as well as body, “I can smile and murder while I smile” has rarely...

June 17, 2016 Susan Elkin

The Deep Blue Sea (Susan Elkin review)

It is Helen McCrory’s evening. Hardly off stage in two and a half hours, she is whey-faced and brittle as Hester Collyer,...

June 17, 2016 Susan Elkin

Coram Boy (Susan Elkin review)

Adapted by Helen Edmundson from Jamila Gavin’s young adult novel for the National Theatre in 2005, this large-scale ensemble piece is a...