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Gary Naylor

Articles By Gary Naylor

Just For One Day, The Old Vic review - clunky scenes and self-conscious exposition between great songs

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Othello, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse review - 21st century interpretation delivers food for thought

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Bronco Billy, Charing Cross Theatre - schmaltzy musical brings the feelgood factor just when it's needed

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The Most Precious of Goods, Marylebone Theatre review - old-fashioned storytelling of an all-too relevant tale

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Kin, National Theatre review - heartfelt show makes its demands, but yields its rewards

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The Good John Proctor, Jermyn Street Theatre review - Salem-set drama loses some of its power in London

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1979, Finborough Theatre review - niche subject matter finds a strong resonance

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A Woman Walks into a Bank, Theatre 503 review - prize-winning play delivers on its promise

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Pandemonium, Soho Theatre review - satire needs a shot of Pfizer's finest to revive tired storylines

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£1 Thursdays, Finborough Theatre review - dazzling new play is as funny and smart as its two heroines

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Macbeth, The Depot, Liverpool review - Ralph Fiennes leads a conventional production in an unconventional space

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Oh What A Lovely War, Southwark Playhouse review - 60 years on, the old warhorse can still bare its teeth

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The Mongol Khan, London Coliseum review - unique operatic spectacle utterly overwhelms flaws in pacing and story

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Shakespeare: Rise of a Genius, BBC Two review - the Bard's soul bared in hybrid drama-documentary

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The Time Traveller's Wife, Apollo Theatre review - blockbuster 2003 novel does not quite land as blockbuster 2023 musical

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Nineteen Gardens, Hampstead Theatre Downstairs review - intriguing, beautifully observed two-hander tilts power this way and that

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