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Laura de Lisle

Articles By Laura De Lisle

Richard, My Richard, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmund's review - too much history, not enough drama

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Passing, Park Theatre review - where do we go from here?

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The Shape of Things, Park Theatre review - the shape of what, exactly?

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F**cking Men, Waterloo East Theatre - sex and not much else

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Grenfell: System Failure, Playground Theatre review - if this doesn't make you angry, nothing will

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The Unfriend, Criterion Theatre review - dark comedy is (largely) audience-unfriendly

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Hakawatis: Women of the Arabian Nights, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse review - magical stories by candlelight

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Newsies, Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre review - bombastic musical let down by its songs

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Good, Harold Pinter Theatre review - brilliant but half-baked

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The Doctor, Duke of York's Theatre review - Juliet Stevenson will see you now

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Bliss, Finborough Theatre review - bleak but tender

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The Misfortune of the English, Orange Tree Theatre review - don't fret, boys, it's only death

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For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy, Royal Court review - Black joy, pain, and beauty

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Tom Fool, Orange Tree Theatre review - testing family values

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Steve, Seven Dials Playhouse review - everything’s charming, except the script

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Two Billion Beats, Orange Tree Theatre review - bursting with heart

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