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5/27/08 AM Clips - UK


Opening: Marshall & Webb in Fat Pig, Pursuit, Troilus

Daily Telegraph

Little Otik: haunting and painful tale stumped by its central character
Mark Brown reviews Little Otik at the Citizens' Theatre, Glasgow.

Rosmersholm: passions lost in the gloom
Charles Spencer reviews Rosmersholm at The Almeida Theatre.

The Guardian - Performing Arts Blog

Lyn Gardner: Who says gardening isn't dramatic?
David Ward: Keswick diary: Arsenic and Old Vans

The Guardian

Ashley Walters, actor and rapper
Portrait of the artist: 'I spend most of my time in a trailer in the middle of nowhere'

Truth and consequences
US critic Lee Siegel got into trouble for posting flattering replies to his own blog under a false name. Here he reveals why he has no regrets

Piranha Heights, Soho Theatre, London
A kitchen sink drama that is definitely not for the faint-hearted.

The Times UK

Oscar-winning director Sydney Pollack dies

London audience give Minnelli six ovations
Liza Minnelli's voice was ragged and the show wandered all over the place, but she had her fans in the palm of her hand

Piranha Heights, Soho Theatre, London
Shock follows shock in this dark vision of a dangerously confused society in which blind faith spawns brutal violence

Little Otik, Citizens, Glasgow
The National Theatre of Scotland's takes a gamble on the adaptation of a Czech film - and it pays off magnificently

The Independent

Review: The Cherry Orchard, Festival Theatre, Chichester
An orchard that bears little fruit

Review: The Revenger's Tragedy, Royal Exchange, Manchester