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Josephine Southon reflects on the animals and beasts in Grimms' fairy tales

Online review: A Prophet

Beau Woodbury says the future's uncertain for this acclaimed drama

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Fergus Morgan meets Mike Tweddle and Juan Ayala to discuss theatre company Babakas' Our Fathers, which arrives at the North Wall on Saturday October 25th

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Jonathan Egid visits Christ Church Picture Gallery’s disappointingly small Forgotten Faces exhibition

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A sneak peak into the first play from Royal Court young writer Alexander Darby in which a vicious poker game in an elite boarding school exposes public school morality, fractured ego and callous teenage humanity.

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