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REVIEW: Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf@Harold Pinter Theatre, London

Kat Pope March 13, 2017

Staunton continues to wow the West End in this stunning production. Given the calibre of casting and of writing, could director James Macdonald have gone wrong with this new production of the classic Edward Albee 1962 play of that oh so thin line between love and hate? Well, I suppose he could, but he doesn’t. Instead he cranks up the gears again and again throughout the play’s three hour running time, ending in a quiet scene that breaks a whole theatre’s heart.

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Pride in London anounce biggest ever Pride Arts Festival

Graham Robson June 9, 2015

Pride in London, the annual festival championing the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT+) community in London has announced its biggest ever Pride in London Arts Festival, which will launch with a special Q&A Screening of the award-winning film Pride, starring Bill Nighy and Imelda Staunton, at the Clapham Picturehouse on Sunday, June 21.

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