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   Features  >  London Theatre Archives
Less Than Meets The Eye
ATTEMPTS ON HER LIFE
at the National Theatre (Lyttelton)

Less Than Meets The Eye

Life is too short to sacrifice a couple of hours in a theatre...

Reviewed by: Clive Hirschhorn READ MORE
PLENTY OF NUTHIN'
PORGY AND BESS
at the Savoy Theatre, London

PLENTY OF NUTHIN'

How come Trevor Nunn's new production is such a disappointment?...

Reviewed by: David Benedict READ MORE
THE FRIENDLY SKIES
BOEING-BOEING
at The Comedy Theatre, London

THE FRIENDLY SKIES

A philandering hero with three fiances, that's a juicy plot for Boeing-Boeing

Reviewed by: John Nathan READ MORE
BLIND DEVOTION
EQUUS
at the Gielgud

BLIND DEVOTION

On July 26th, 1973, the West End was rocked by an event measuring a nine on the theatrical Richter scale...

Reviewed by: Clive Hirschhorn READ MORE
Muddled Vision
JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN
at the Donmar Warehouse. London

Muddled Vision

John Gabriel Borkman was Henrik Ibsen's Wuthering Heights...

Reviewed by: Patrick Marmion READ MORE
Waste Deep In It
HAPPY DAYS
at the Lyttelton Theatre, London

Waste Deep In It

Samuel Beckett's bitterly sardonic comedy Happy Days...

Reviewed by: Patrick Marmion READ MORE
Baser Instincts
THE ALCHEMIST
at the National Theatre, London

Baser Instincts

Ben Jonson's ‘The Alchemist' carries the unmistakable whiff of pretension...

Reviewed by: Rachel Halliburton READ MORE
Devil To Pay
THE CRUCIBLE
at at the Gielgud, London

Devil To Pay

When Arthur Miller's The Crucible first appeared in 1953, a number of commentators saw it primarily as a parable of the McCarthy era...

Reviewed by: Edwin Wilson READ MORE
Eyes Wide Shut
FRANK SINATRA
at London Palladium, London

Eyes Wide Shut

It's intriguing to see what projects producers can stir up to sell tickets. In the case of the current show at the Palladium...

Reviewed by: Michael Leech READ MORE
School Daze
DONKEYS’ YEARS
at Comedy Theatre, London

School Daze

There's usually a play by Michael Frayn running in the West End, often popular with audiences, even though recent ones proved more thought-provoking...

Reviewed by: Michael Leech READ MORE
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