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Matt Wolf

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Matt is London theatre critic of The International New York Times (formerly The International Herald Tribune) and London correspondent for the broadway.com website; he spent 21 years as London arts and theatre critic for the Associated Press and over 13 years as Variety's UK drama critic. He has been on the judging panel of the Evening Standard Theatre Awards since 2009.

Articles By Matt Wolf

No Hard Feelings review - tough-minded yet tender

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Words on Bathroom Walls review - well-meaning but glib

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Death of England: Delroy, National Theatre review - a furious if fleetingly seen sequel

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Nine Lives, Bridge Theatre review - engaging if slim finale to ambitious solo season

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The Lie review - icily intriguing until it isn't

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Hermione Lee: Tom Stoppard, A Life review - the last word on a theatrical wordsmith

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Nights in the Garden of Spain & Miss Fozzard Finds Her Feet, Bridge Theatre review - potent mix of pain and comedy

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Rialto review - beautifully acted but relentless

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Playing Sandwiches & A Lady of Letters, Bridge Theatre review - the darkness dazzles, twice over

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Broken Hearts Gallery review - effortfully entertaining

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Rose, Hope Mill Theatre online review - a performer at her peak

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Get Duked! review - briefly endearing, then a chore

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Declan, Traverse Theatre online review - compressed and compelling

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Chemical Hearts review - turn off the sound

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A Little Night Music, Opera Holland Park review - wasn't it bliss?

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Theatre Unlocked 4: Shows in concert and a contemporary classic comes to TV

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Christa Ludwig, 1928-2021: a selective tribute

I only saw Christa Ludwig twice live in concert, but those appearances epitomize her incredible dramatic and vocal rage as well as her peerless...

Points of Departure, Brighton Festival 2021 review - Ray Lee...

They stand in a row, nine of them, in a long, strange corridor between rows of stacked, palleted, planked wood and the red brick wall of an...

Album: Squid - Bright Green Field

It seems fitting that...

Rachel Whiteread: Internal Objects, Gagosian Gallery review...

Sheds have flourished in lockdown: they’ve always been...

Extract: Blackface by Ayanna Thompson

Nearly a year has passed since...

Album: Rag'n'Bone Man - Life by Misadventure

Rory Graham was always stoically familiar with life’s knocks. With a stage-name inspired by Galton and Simpson’s fatalistic...

Album: Van Morrison - Latest Record Project Volume 1

If you want to understand the psychic harm that prolonged ...

BBC Young Musician 2020 Finale, BBC Four review - poise vers...

“You have to be careful you’re not judging the piece,” cautioned a pearl-necklaced Nicholas Daniel, great oboist and winner of the 1980...

Blu-ray: Raw

Raw opens with a bang, a distant figure on a remote country road stepping out in front of a car, causing it to crash into a tree. What’s...