sat 01/10/2022

Gary Naylor

Articles By Gary Naylor

Iphigenia in Splott, Lyric Hammersmith review - raises as many questions as answers

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The Wonderful World of Dissocia, Theatre Royal Stratford East review - wild trip gets a welcome revival

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Clutch, Bush Theatre review - new comedy-drama passes its test

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The Two Popes, Rose Theatre review - sparkling with wit and pathos

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Ride, Charing Cross Theatre review - A true story of female empowerment

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Into The Woods, Theatre Royal Bath review - If you go down to the woods today, you're sure of a big surprise

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Treason The Musical In Concert, Theatre Royal Drury Lane review - plenty of musical gunpowder but not enough plot

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Wonderville Magic and Cabaret review - fast-paced show delivers the promised wonder

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The Tempest, Shakespeare's Globe review - occasional gales of laughter drown out subtlety

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Tasting Notes, Southwark Playhouse review - whining in the wine bar

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Sister Act the Musical, Eventim Apollo review - the West End meets the Westway

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The Darkest Part of the Night, Kiln Theatre - issues-led drama has its heart in the right place

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Closer, Lyric Hammersmith review - still sordid and sexy 25 years on

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The Dance of Death, Arcola Theatre review - hate sustains a marriage in new version of Strindberg classic

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The White Card, Soho Theatre review - expelling the audience from its comfort zone

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The Glass Menagerie, Duke of York's Theatre review - memories flare and fade

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