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A Small Family Business
The brick front of the deluxe detached suburban executive ‘home’ (as the ads always have it) twizzles to reveal the goings-on behind. To celebrate taking charge of the family furniture business, an exuberant Nigel Lindsay’s Jack is tying his tie around...
Henry V
The other day I Googled a Best-looking Men List and up popped someone’s Top 100 Hollywood Actors. Jude Law (aged 41) is number 86, George Clooney (aged 52), 96. The majority seemed to be around 22 going-on 12. Which is where I would look if I wanted a...
A few weeks before the National Theatre’s Christmas show, a new adaptation of The Count Of Monte Cristo by Richard Bean, it was announced that the piece wasn’t quite cooked and we’d have to make do with Pinero’s Victorian farce, The Magistrate. Not...
‘Musical comedies aren’t written, they are rewritten,’ Stephen Sondheim has said. It certainly applies to his wonderful Merrily We Roll Along, a flop on Broadway, which closed after 16 performances in 1981. Since then it has been endlessly rewritten,...
Salad Days
I grew up Charlestoning to ‘Look at me, oh, look at me, oh, look at me, I’m dancing’ around the kitchen table. Since then, I’ve been to hundreds of musicals and Oh Look At Me, I’m Dancing, from Salad Days, remains the catchiest, sweetest song ever. And...
Can Rowan Atkinson ever shake off the shadow of Mr Bean? Alas, his return to the stage in the very straight role of a pathetic school teacher in Simon Gray’s Quartermaine’s Terms suggests not. It’s partly that that rubbery, toady face of his with its...
A couple of weeks ago, our Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling, proposed a ‘rehabilitation revolution’ for prisoners, prompted by the extraordinarily high reoffending rates. Turned out of prison with just £46, possibly with nowhere to go and no job, it’s...
For anyone, and there can be very few, who hasn’t read Mark Haddon’s bestselling The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night- Time, it is the story, told in the first person, of Christopher Boone, a boy of 15 years, 3 months and 2 days who has a rat...
In his delicious double bill, Hymn And Cocktail Sticks, Alan Bennett potters down memory lane to ponder upon his past as well as examine the way in which writers plunder their childhoods. His own, he claims, was ‘dingy, threadbare, ordinary – it’s not...
It was Shakespeare’s birthday last month – his 449th – and it coincided with a devastating, but exhilarating, opening night at the National Theatre of a revival of Othello, the Bard’s searing tragedy about jealousy, and a timely reminder that his best...
In the late 1970s and 1980s, it felt as if all our major playwrights were at it hammer and tongs. ‘It’ being writing about adultery: with astonishing insight. Sandwiched between Harold Pinter’s Betrayal (1978), inspired by his long affair with Joan...
Nothing for a writer is ever wasted. Harold Pinter’s plays were always kicked off by a defining moment. The Hothouse, written in 1958, was prompted by his signing up as a guinea pig in a very crude medical trial four years’ earlier. Back then he was a...
Touring musicals tend to be the teensiest bit tatty, and those who can’t gird themselves to get to a West End show often feel that they're making do with secondbest. But there’s nothing remotely dog-eared or tired about Bill Kenwright’s first-rate...
A new Alan Bennett play is always a cause for celebration. This, his latest, is a provocative delight. He says he was prompted to write it out of ‘a sense of unease when going round a National Trust house and being required to buy into the role of...
‘Wow, I’d do anything for that kitchen!’ whispered the woman behind me. Medea’s red-brick terraced house somewhere in the Home Counties opens up like a doll’s house to reveal her blindingly shiny blood-red kitchen. Personally, I coveted her knife...
Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome! Anyone who has seen the fi lm version of Cabaret with Liza Minnelli will already be humming either the signature tune or 'money makes the world go round'. Cabaret is surely one of the most celebrated movie-musicals of...
Reviews- theatre
I DREAMED A DREAM I have a guilty secret: every now and then I watch Susan Boyle's fi rst audition for Britain's Got Talent on YouTube. I'm not responsible for all 88,525,668 viewings (last count), but for at least a dozen. The truth is I can't resist...
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MOON ON A RAINBOW SHAWL Years ago, with suspiciously uncharacteristic spontaneity and extravagance, my husband suggested a holiday on the Caribbean island of Trinidad. The attraction was not sun, sea and steel bands, I soon discovered, but cricket: a...
Theatre Review: 27 April
ON STAGE Music to my ears As Connie Fisher returns to the stage, our reviewer is mesmerised by a musical hit packed with show-stopping numbers... WONDERFUL TOWN You've probably never seen Bernstein's Wonderful Town and possibly can't whistle a tune...
Theatre Review: 11 May
ON STAGE The perils of only wearing red Hailed as a literary masterpiece, Wild Swans is potent theatre Wild Swans The shelf-like stage of the Young Vic is teeming with market traders selling birds and vegetables, even soup. You can smell it. In the...

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