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Public Enemy - Reviewed

Laurence Green sees a flawed but absorbing production of Ibsen's Public Enemy at the Young Vic, London.

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Come As You Are - Reviewed

Laurence Green sees Geoffrey Enthoven’s new tragic-comedy and leaves with a glow in his heart.

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The Winslow Boy - review

Lindsay Posner’s production of The Winslow Boy at the Old Vic is a production of which Rattigan himself would be proud, Laurence Green reviews.

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Lichtenstein: A Retrospective

Pop art poineer Roy Lichtenstein in retrospective at Tate Modern until 27 May 2013

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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time - review

Laurence Green reviews Marianne Elliott’s production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Apollo Theatre.

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Review: If You Don’t Let Us Dream, We Won’t Let You Sleep

Laurence Green reviews the latest play by Anders Lustgarten - 'If You Don’t Let Us Dream, We Won’t Let You Sleep' at the Royal Court Theatre.

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Theatre Review: Old Times

Kristin Scott Thomas, Lia Williams and Rufus Sewell star in Pinter's thought provoking drama

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Review – Kooza

Laurence Green reviews Cirque du Soleil’s latest show - Kooza at the Royal Albert Hall.

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Theatre review - Constellations

Laurence Green reviews Nick Payne’s metaphysical love story Constellations at the Duke of York’s Theatre in the West End.

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Charley’s Aunt - theatre review

Brandon Thomas's 1892 play, Charley's Aunt, still offers a hugely enjoyable evening in the theatre! Writes Laurence Green.

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Bully Boy - review

Sandi Toksvig's Bully Boy at St James Theatre is beautifully realised and filled with impressive performances, writes Laurence Green.

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Edinburgh International Festival

Laurence Green takes a look back at the top class performances at Edinburgh International Festival 2012

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The Sunshine Boys

A richly resonant comedy laced with pathos, featuring commanding performance from Danny De Vito.

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Chariots of Fire at the Gielgud Theatre

Stage-based adaptation of the Oscar-winning Olympic drama is a winner all the way says Laurence Green

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BP Portrait Award and The Queen – Art and Image

Two exhibitions at the National Portrait Gallery that are well worth a visit over the summer.

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Theatre review: Ragtime The Musical

Vaudeville pastiche and first rate performances gloss over the failing in Timothy Sheader's stage adaptation of EL Doctorow's 1975 novel.

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Nuremberg - Its Lesson for Today

Tony Kirwood reviews archive footage of the Nuremberg war crimes trial. Available to view for the first time in 64 years it is a film that must be seen and remains as relevant as ever.

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South Downs and The Browning Version

Laurence Green enjoys a superb night featuring a new companion piece to the Rattigan classic at the Harold Pinter Theatre, London

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The Duchess of Malfi

Jealousy, madness, bloodshed and betrayal make a potent brew in John Webster’s electrifying Jacobean tragedy The Duchess of Malfi, revived in a compelling new production directed by Jamie Lloyd at the Old Vic.

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Wild Swans at the Young Vic

Jung Chang's best seller Wild Swans sells out short season at London's Young Vic

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Sweeney Todd - The Adelphi Theatre, London

Laurence Green enjoys a night of music, romance and razor sharp humour in the company of 'the demon barber' and Mrs Lovett.

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Bingo

Laurence Green journeys to The Young Vic and finds a sombre, thought-provoking study of ageism as William Shakespeare faces up to his later years.

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Theatre Review - 'In Basildon'

Inheritance, domestic disharmony and the myth of place are explored with wit and striking honesty by David Eldridge in his absorbing new play In Basildon (Royal Court’s Jerwood Theatre Downstairs), directed by Dominic Cooke

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Film Review - '50/50'

Boy gets cancer in director Jonathon Levene's latest offering. But does hilarity ensue?

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Theatre Review – 'Master Class'

The triumph, paranoia, betrayal and regret of one of the greatest opera singers of all time- Maria Callas is evoked by American actress Tyne Daly in Terrence McNally’s 1995 play Masterclass, revived in a new production directed by Stephen Wadsworth at the Vaudeville Theatre

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Theatre Review - 'Absent Friends'

Welcome to a tea party you’ll never forget as Alan Ayckbourn’s insightful comedy of manners and social embarrassment, Absent Friends, returns to the West End (Harold Pinter Theatre) in a fine new production directed by Jeremy Herrin

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Art Review - Lucian Freud Portraits

Lucian Freud's art retains its power to inspire and reveal as this exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery shows

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Theatre Review – 'The Ladykillers'

Graham Linehan's adaptation of the Ealing Comedy classic is a risk, but he and director Sean Foley have come up with their own laudable new version of The Ladykillers (Gielgud Theatre)

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David Hockney - A Bigger Picture

David Hockney: A Bigger Picture, heralded as the biggest themed exhibition by a living British artist opens at the Royal Academy, London, on Saturday 21 January.

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Theatre Review - Noises off

An irresistible 30-year-old farce returns fresher and funnier than ever in the shape of Michael Frayn’s Noises Off, revived in a splendid new production, directed by Lindsay Posner, at the Old Vic Theatre

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