sat 22/09/2018

Rachel Halliburton

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The Outsider, Print Room at the Coronet review - power in restraint

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Dance Nation, Almeida Theatre review - a tarantella through the convulsions of the teenage psyche

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Pericles, National Theatre review - a fizzingly energetic production

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Exit the King, National Theatre review - vivid, brilliant production that somehow leaves you feeling empty

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A Monster Calls, Old Vic - wild, beautiful theatre that beguiles and bruises

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As You Like It, Shakespeare in the Squares review - an exuberant celebration of the Summer of Love

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A Midsummer Night's Dream, Wilton's Music Hall review - a stereotype-smashing evening of pagan delights

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The Town Hall Affair, The Wooster Group, Barbican review - electric anarchy

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Notes From the Field, Royal Court review - sobering report from the frontline of race

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Isabelle Huppert reads Marquis de Sade, Queen Elizabeth Hall review - virtue twinned with vice

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'In order to write my book I had to kill Jane Austen'

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Muhsin Al-Ramli: 'During Saddam’s regime at least we knew who the enemy was' - interview

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Helaine Blumenfeld: 'Beauty has become synonymous with something banal'

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