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‘Inside Job’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This really is one of those plays that ticks all of the boxes, from the set, teching, script, acting and direction. Pure quality.

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‘Frankly Winehouse’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Not surprisingly, one of the Festival’s most sought-after shows.

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‘Tuesdays with Morrie’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Could Alan’s performance be the best to be seen this year?

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‘It’s All Greek to Me Too!’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘It’s All Greek to Me Too!’ is Noel O’Neill’s magnificent sequel to the play that wrote just over two years ago, ‘It’s All Greek to Me’. This is even funnier than the original, and that was a sell-out! Even though

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‘See How They Run’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘See How They Run’ is typical British farce, written in 1949 by Philip King, who was much admired for his complex plots. Not surprisingly after almost 70 years, the dialogue of this play is showing a little age. This production

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