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"Adam Radford-Diaper’s adaptation is slick and well-acted, often wonderfully absurd and funny, but ultimately leaves me feeling slightly cold."

The right production but the wrong play

The production is imaginative but the choice of play is inappropriate and bizarre, writes Susannah Goldsbrough

Lysistrata Review – ‘some over-directing vitiates a few performances’

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Election Review – an ‘interesting and ambitious’ look at politics

Lowenna Ovens finds this student-centric election night depiction to be an 'intriguing concept'

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Beginning review – ‘comfortable, emotionally-streamlined and ideologically safe’

John Livesey is left cold by a conservative if accomplished transfer

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A cohesive aesthetic experience, but a shortened script hampers character development

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Bertie Harrison-Broninski is impressed by the ambition and scope of this drama of political intrigue and belief

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The Bush Theatre’s production of James Fritz’s new play fails to live up to its full potential, writes John Livesey

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Dodgy directoral decisions and acting leaves one foreseeing a dark future for this unconvincing RSC production

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