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The March on Russia, Orange Tree Theatre review – vividly funny amid the bleakness

The late David Storey spoke movingly, elsewhere on The Arts Desk, of his sense of overwhelming powerlessness at the challenge of accepting his father’s death. “I was quite racked by his … Continue reading

09/30/2017 · 3 Comments

Invincible: the street the socialism forgot | Chris Neville-Smith’s blog on theatre

Coming hot on the tails of successes for both author and company, Torben Betts’s Invincible is an deliciously excruciating yet profound exploration of Britain’s endless obsession with t… Source: Invincible: the street the socialism … Continue reading

05/17/2016 · Leave a comment

Archive Review • TOSCA’S KISS • Orange Tree Theatre • 2006

You would think by now that Nuremberg as a subject would have reached saturation point. We’ve read the books, seen the films, eaves-dropped on the accused being cross-examined courtesy of … Continue reading

02/09/2016 · Leave a comment

Orange Tree artistic director Paul Miller’s responds to 100% cut : News : The Stage

We know Arts Council England is stretched — it always is, especially when the Tories are in power — and it has made some crass decisions in the past, but to remove … Continue reading

07/01/2014 · Leave a comment