tue 22/06/2021

Tim Cornwell

Articles By Tim Cornwell

Summer Rolls, Park Theatre review - racism laid bare to mixed results

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Other People's Money, Southwark Playhouse review - onetime Off Broadway hit retains its sting

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The Life I Lead, Park Theatre review - pleasant enough but lacks bite

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We're Staying Right Here, Park Theatre review - rough and not entirely ready

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Keith? A Comedy, Arcola Theatre review - Molière mined for Brexit-era laughs

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Home, I'm Darling, Duke of York's Theatre review - Katherine Parkinson rules the roost

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Beast on the Moon, Finborough Theatre review - drama of familial displacement packs a quiet punch

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Stop and Search, Arcola Theatre review - a murky view of modern-day Britain

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Time Is Love/Tiempo es Amor, Finborough Theatre review - sultry yet static

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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Piccadilly Theatre review - back for a heart-tugging encore

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A Christmas Carol, Old Vic review - Dickens adaptation returns, depth and mince pies intact

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War Horse, National Theatre review - still touching after all these years

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Bury the Dead, Finborough Theatre review - American rarity comes scathingly to life

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