thu 29/02/2024

Helen Hawkins

Articles By Helen Hawkins

Jungle Book reimagined, Sadler's Wells review - a doomy revision of the Kipling stories

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Hamlet, Bristol Old Vic On Screen review - faithful capture of a stage performance

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For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Hue Gets Too Heavy, Apollo Theatre review - a turbo-charged, game-changing piece of theatre

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Riotsville USA review - a training scheme with a tragic legacy

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Succession, Season Four, Sky Atlantic review - powerful beginning for the endgame

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Great Expectations, BBC One review - modernised, muddied and muddled

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Marjorie Prime, Menier Chocolate Factory review - superbly acted chiller about a contemporary crisis

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Guys and Dolls, Bridge Theatre review - exuberant new production of the 1950 masterpiece

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The Middle Man review - dark Danish-Canadian comedy about the decaying of hope

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The Great British Bake Off Musical, Noel Coward Theatre review - blue-chip cast lift daft confection

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Woolf Works, Royal Ballet review - Wayne McGregor's modern classic impresses all over again

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Sleepova, Bush Theatre review - sweet coming of age play with a soft centre

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Fleishman Is in Trouble, Disney+ review - mid-life crises in Manhattan

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Creature review - Asif Kapadia shines light on a dark dance piece

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Akedah, Hampstead Theatre review - long-separated sisters reunite to battle over their past

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Duet for One, Orange Tree Theatre review - poignant two-hander gets an updated reprise

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