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welcome to our next act // death of england: delroy is now playing in the olivier theatre // we can't wait to welcome you back safely
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Replying to @EllenJaneThomas
Terrifying!
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National Theatre 52m
Replying to @Colmci17
Couldn't even eat my pie after!
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National Theatre 55m
Replying to @VernaVyas
We can't forget that bit 😱
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National Theatre 56m
Replying to @71_carol
Oooh, avoided the barber for a while after that one 😬
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National Theatre 2h
Replying to @tweetsbyarthur
It gives me goosebumps 😱
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Replying to @jonathanchanlx
Even the title makes me nervous
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National Theatre 2h
Replying to @tweetsbyarthur
YES! The disco demons πŸ‘»
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Replying to @beckijonesactor
Stunning but terrifying!
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Replying to @blacklight_moon
They are just so blue πŸ˜„
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National Theatre 2h
Replying to @theatresnob
How the audience looks watching The Woman in Black --> πŸ™ˆ
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National Theatre 3h
Oh wow 😱
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National Theatre 3h
Replying to @ryanhurstuk
These are beautiful, thanks Ryan! 😍
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Ryan Hurst 17h
View from the Olivier stage this evening
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Drew Gregg Oct 27
Haven't used Twitter in a while but Death of England: Delroy by + was actually inspirational. It fulfilled the part of me that has been missing for months and it was like hope was on stage. just gave me life, so incredible.
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National Theatre 3h
Replying to @nobetterideas
😱
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National Theatre 3h
What's the spookiest show you've ever seen at the theatre? πŸ‘»πŸŽƒπŸ’€
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National Theatre 21h
β€œYou had to be really, really good because you’re representing so many people.” Cleo Sylvestre speaks to The Guardian about being the first black woman to play a leading role at the National Theatre and being praised by Laurence Olivier.
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National Theatre 23h
Replying to @NationalTheatre
πŸ“· Richard Hubert Smith, Johan Persson, Helen Maybanks and Brinkhoff-Moegenburg
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National Theatre 23h
Replying to @youngvictheatre
More recently, Sharon has received two more Oliviers Awards for her performances in Caroline, or Change at the Playhouse Theatre and Death of a Salesman at Theatre and Picadilly Theatre.
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National Theatre 23h
Replying to @NationalTheatre
Just one year later Sharon stepped onto the Lyttelton stage in her powerhouse performance as Ma Rainey in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom.
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