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One of the best plays of the past two decades, namely Joe Penhall’s Olivier Award-winning 2000 work Blue/Orange is back in a first-rate revival, directed by Matthew Xia, at the Young Vic Theatre.

One of the best plays of the past two decades, namely Joe Penhall’s Olivier Award-winning 2000 work Blue/Orange is back in a first-rate revival, directed by Matthew Xia, at the Young Vic Theatre. Set in an NHS psychiatric unit, the play focuses on a power struggle between two doctors, the older consultant Robert and junior […]
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Paul Gardner considers why some populist votes are being ignored while Brexit, which has a significant constitutional impact and the narrowest of majorities, is held as a beacon of the ‘will of the people’.

Let’s face it, the only reason this “will of very slightly more than half of the people” has even got this far is that it is the will of Rupert Murdoch, Richard Desmond and Arron Banks. I’m sick to death of hearing the phrase “the will of the people” in connection with a split of […]
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Laurence Green reviews James Graham’s new insightful and entertaining new play, Ink.

Newspapers have provided fertile material for playwrights, bringing an irresistible mixture of drama, comedy and enlightenment, as Ben Hecht’s, The Front Page and more recently, David Hare’s, Pravda have proved. The latest addition to this illustrious canon is James Graham’s entertaining and insightful new play, Ink (Almeida Theatre), directed by Rupert Goold, about the rebirth […]