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Heather Neill

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Heather Neill is a critic and theatre writer. She was Arts Editor of The Times Educational Supplement and has contributed features to The Times, Telegraph and theatre programmes. She reviews for The Stage, interviews for theatrevoice.com and has been a judge of the Offies and the Theatre Book Prize and an assessor for NT Connections.

Articles By Heather Neill

theartsdesk Q&A: playwright William Nicholson

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Mary's Babies, Jermyn Street Theatre review - rollercoaster investigation of early fertility treatment

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Tartuffe, National Theatre review - morality-heavy version of the comedy classic

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Agnes Colander, Jermyn Street Theatre review - Naomi Frederick shines in 'new' Granville Barker

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Ralegh: the Treason Trial, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse review - gripping verbatim court case

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Robert Hastie: 'a seam of love runs through the play' - interview

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Don Quixote, Garrick Theatre review - riotous revival of Cervantes' much-loved chivalric tale

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Macbeth, RSC, Barbican review - Shakespeare's blood-boltered tragedy, tense but flawed

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Pinter at the Pinter, Harold Pinter Theatre review - harrowing and comic short pieces from the master

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Square Rounds, Finborough Theatre review - the science behind warfare, told in verse

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The Importance of Being Earnest, Vaudeville Theatre review - Sophie Thompson triumphantly tackles the handbag challenge

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King Lear, Duke of York's Theatre, review - towering Ian McKellen

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As You Like It, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre review - love among the bucolic hippies

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Peter Pan, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre review - ensemble playing at its best

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The Country Wife, Southwark Playhouse review – knowing Restoration update

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Brief Encounter, Empire Cinema review – poignant, hilarious revival

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The Master Musicians of Joujouka, Morocco review - a healing...

A small mountain village, tucked away in the foothills of the Rif Mountains, south-east of Tangier. The “smallest music festival in the world”, so...

Gavin Jantjes: To Be Free, Whitechapel Gallery review - a sw...

Born in Cape Town in 1948, Gavin Jantjes grew up under ...

Blu-ray: The Small Back Room

Powell and Pressburger’s least remembered Forties film is shrouded in Blitz darkness, deepening in the warped flat where alcoholic weapons expert...

Presumed Innocent, Apple TV+ review - you read the book and...

Scott Turow published his cunningly-wrought legal thriller in 1987, and Alan J Pakula’s powerful movie version, starring Harrison Ford, appeared...

Ashton Celebrated, Royal Ballet review - peerless delights f...

Launching a four-year global project to proclaim the genius of...

Il Trittico, Welsh National Opera review - another triumph f...

It’s somehow typical of the Welsh National Opera I’ve known now for...

Goldscheider, Royal Orchestral Society, Miller, SJSS review...

London’s non-professional orchestra sector is an undervalued asset to the city, and deserves more attention. And so last night I went to hear the...

Freud's Last Session review - Freud and CS Lewis search...

How can it be part of God’s plan to allow so much pain and suffering in the world, asks Sigmund Freud (Anthony Hopkins) of a young Oxford don, CS...

Album: Kehlani - CRASH

The noise in the international mainstream in recent years might be about dance-pop,...