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Saturday, February 29, 2020

Sinners, Playground Theatre review - intimacy but also fear by Anthony Walker-Cook

Brian Cox turns director in an attenuated two-hander starring his wife Layla is trapped in a pit of sand up to her shoulders, with a shroud over her head and piles of rocks surrounding her.…

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Thursday, October 24, 2019

Translations’ Judith Roddy: ‘To have so much beauty, tragedy and hope is bloody sophisticated’ by Anthony Walker-Cook

Judith Roddy is good at making an impression. The actor, who is starring in Translations, which returned to the National Theatre’s Olivier

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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

BWW Review: THE FIRM, Hampstead Theatre by Anthony Walker-Cook

For all its bravado and comedy, Roy Williams'The Firm is a potent piece about masculinity. Set in an attractive south London pub, four friends have gathered to celebrate the release of their…

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