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philip radcliffe

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Philip Radcliffe has been a theatre and music critic for many years, writing for a wide range of publications, but especially The Sunday Times, Daily Mail, Bolton Evening News (where he began his journalistic career) and the Manchester Evening News. He is a long-serving member of the Manchester (formerly MEN)Theatre Awards panel. He is former Director of Communications at The University of Manchester and Adjunct Professor of Communications at The Pennsylvania State University.

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The Life I Lead, Park Theatre review - pleasant enough but l...

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Soltani, LPO, Gardner, RFH review – disciplined and dynamic...

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My Baby, Castle & Falcon, Birmingham review – the Dutch/...

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Victoria, Series 3, ITV review - can Her Maj cope with the A...

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Karl Ove Knausgaard: So Much Longing in So Little Space revi...

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CD: The Underground Youth – Montage Images of Lust and Fear

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Blood Knot, Orange Tree Theatre review - defining apartheid-...

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Vasari Singers, Backhouse, St Bride’s Fleet Street review -...

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