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Elaine Smithers May 16
So glad to have seen the brilliant and very moving production of 's . Absolutely superb acting but my outstanding performance award has to go to . What a star ! Leave your tissues at home if you think you're brave enough.
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Luce Gilham May 19
Theatre is far too often hyperbolised (I should know - I’m a marketeer) but ’s is devastating, breathtaking and just perfect theatre. If aliens were visiting planet earth I’d buy them tickets as an example of the artform. ENCORE 😍
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Gem Pinkney May 17
Well, I was really enjoying until the queue for the toilets and bar plus lack of bell/call made us miss the second half by 2minutes at and we’re not allowed in. So first half is great . Not sure about the second. Who knows?
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Holly Wilson May 17
at the broke me. If a ticket comes upon you do not hesitate, do you hear? It’s so good it’s unbearable to watch at times. Outstanding performances. “You can't eat the orange and throw the peel away - a man is not a piece of fruit.”
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Shakespeare in the Squares May 14
Standing ovation for the production of in which the Loman family are African American. 4 central characters outstanding, framed by fluidly imagined set & accompanied by soulful music. Shout out to for sublime movement work 🙌
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Joff Brown 5h
Forgive me, but I love this pic. Thanks to Sally Evans for making me look good.
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Mish May 18
I’m glad that I had the opportunity to watch Death of a Salesman. Especially the fact that it was mental health awareness week it tied into this. Wow breath taking piece of theatre.
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Nicolas Bidon May 17
Really enjoyed seeing at the yesterday. Towering performances, great material and beautiful live music too which was a nice surprise. Go see it!
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Ros Sweeting May 17
is a great play & this, surely, must be one of the greatest modern day interpretations All round heart breaking, intense brilliance from superb cast; outstanding design, music, lighting & movement.
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Marcia Lecky 24h
Beyond excited to be heading to to experience
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Nicola Harrison May 20
is a brilliant production performed by an outstanding ensemble. It will really stay with you. Congratulations to the whole team who made it.
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Heather Agyepong May 15
A masterclass! Next level. Such delicate performances from all. The staging was gorgeous. The direction and movement was just mesmerising. My friend, find your ticket I beg. Massive congrats to all involved. A truly special 👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿
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Angela Fadzai May 18
Replying to @AngelaFadzai
All the main cast did a great job especially Wendell Pierce because I know how difficult it is to portray a character with mental illness
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Rebecca Stone May 18
Arinze Kene's final speech was unearthly. I realised when he finished, my hand was actually on my chest. As if that'd make it easier to process. Reminded me of how I felt when I saw in Yerma. Heartbreaking & purely chemical. (2)
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Emma Lowndes ☮️ May 11
Standing. Ovation. (I could literally write an essay on how, and why, I loved this but it’s Twitter so I’ll spare you. Queue for a return - it’s worth it.)
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Jye Frasca May 17
I could not be more proud of my dear friend! She is pure joy!!!
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Megan Purdie May 19
Beautiful weekend with !! which is just stunning - I could listen to that cast sing all day! And today. Great to see play again! 🎾💥
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Tim Robertson May 14
"Attention, attention must be paid to such a person." I feel shaken and made to think deeply by 's - especially Sharon D Clarke's performance as Linda.
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Imogen Sarre May 14
Marianne Elliott’s stunning production of feels v pertinent. A searing indictment of the American dream, the trappings of capitalism, our obsession with social image. Wonderful casting too
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Rebecca Stone May 18
Couldn't switch my mind off last night after seeing What. A. Fucking. Show. Spent the last 20 minutes sobbing. Literally streaming. (Next to two strangers might I add!) Not to mention who's voice is basically velvet. (1)
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