[Review:] SALOMÉ, National Theatre, London.

Isabella Nefar lies on stage as Salomé, her legs bent to her chest, her body suffocated by a translucent-white sheet. Accompanying this image, a drone of chimes and bells. This was the first image of a visceral and ritualistic Salomé, written and directed by Yaël Farber and performed at the National Theatre in London. I... Continue Reading →

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[Review:] COMMON, National Theatre, London.

Wonderfully written by D C Moore and performed at the National Theatre, Common captures beautifully the essence of another world. From costume, designed by Richard Hudson, to the actors' trained dialects, honed in by Charmian Hoare, this play produced from every angle an ambient 19th Century. What is first most notable is the music in... Continue Reading →

Salomé!

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Common!

This review is now available! Click here to view it. A review of Common at the National Theatre is coming soon! Make sure you're following The Theatre Reviewer on Twitter to keep up-to-date with posts and reviews: @T_Reviewer

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