Read more about the article REVIEW: Best of Enemies, Young Vic (2021)
David Harewood as William F Buckley (Photo: Wasi Daniju)

REVIEW: Best of Enemies, Young Vic (2021)

In the debate scenes, the actors speak the words that Vidal and Buckley actually spoke. Outside the debates, they confer with their advisers about how to beat the other man, and – vain in a way that only television can make people – they protest to the network that the other man is getting more of the camera.

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Read more about the article REVIEW: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,  Apollo Theatre (2013)  <br> Touring venues MAY 2022 Norwich, Dartford and Wycombe
International Touring Cast 2017-18 (Photo: Brinkoff Mogenburg)

REVIEW: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Apollo Theatre (2013)
Touring venues MAY 2022 Norwich, Dartford and Wycombe

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time was a hit novel for Mark Haddon with its analysis of the adventures of a 15 year old boy who has a disorder in the autism spectrum, akin to Asperger's. Haddon says the novel is not a manual on autism but a book about otherness and how society at large reacts to what is different.

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Read more about the article REVIEW: Julius Caesar, Bridge Theatre (2018) and screening on NT at home
David Calder as Caesar - Photo: Manuel Harlan

REVIEW: Julius Caesar, Bridge Theatre (2018) and screening on NT at home

For the two hours without interval, the groundlings will stand as the crowd being swayed by the political speeches of Brutus (Ben Whishaw) and Mark Antony (David Morrissey) or as the inhabitants of the battle scenes at Philippi.

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