REVIEW: Romeo and Juliet, Open Air Regent’s Park (2021)

The Capulets' masked ball is a socially distanced, visual masterpiece. The music has a heavy beat, maybe heavy metal, and masked figures dance singly and assertively on the scaffolding tiers, all of them flinging off cloaks to reveal clothes that sparkle and shine and shimmer. The dance is more war dance than ballroom.

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David Tennant as Benedick and Catherine Tate as Beatrice - Photo: Johan Persson

REVIEW: Much Ado About Nothing, Wyndham’s Theatre (2011)

Set in 1980s Gibraltar, Josie Rourke directs favourites Catherine Tate and David Tennant from the popular BBC television serial Dr Who in an updated version of Much Ado About Nothing.

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