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Adam Radford-Diaper is deeply moved by Cosmic Arts' marking of the centenary of the 1918 armistice

Strong musical talent and an excellent script

Jacob Greenhouse declares 'Cyrano de Bergarec' a triumph.
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Silent Night Review – ‘a story very relevant to our time’

The multilingual reimagining of the Christmas Truce at Leeds Town Hall feels particularly timely

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Nicholas Hytner's adaptation is makes you rethink the iconic tragedy

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The Flick review – ‘a little theatrical masterpiece’

Flick is an exceptional production that brings a thin script to vivid life

The Lieutenant of Inishmore Review – ‘Brooding, self-deluding, and very mad...

Michael Grandage's use of dark humour and relentless gore to explore Ireland's complex history of sectarian conflict.

The Threepenny Opera Review – ‘both unsettling and wildly entertaining’

Faye Heron reviews this term's Playhouse show which she finds serves to bring up important social issues whilst simultaneously being vigorously entertaining

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