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For Love or Money West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds/Touring3/5 WITH its depiction of corporate greed, there was outrage when Turcaret was first staged in 1709, eventually leading to Alain-Rene Lesage’s satire being.. (read more)

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Victory ConditionRoyal Court Theatre, London2/5 WHEN asked recently whether he would describe his latest work as a play, Chris Thorpe replied: “I don’t care.” He’s not a traditional playwright and. (read more)

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From the House of the DeadMillennium Centre, Cardiff/Touring2/5 AFTER two outstanding performances, the third opera in Welsh National Opera’s Russia series is a depressing and ultimately futile outing for Leos.. (read more)

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MANY years ago, I winced at Brian Aldiss’s polite but emphatic battering of a hapless presenter during a disastrous Radio 4 interview. So I was nervous when The Third Alternative magazine commissioned me to interview Aldiss in 2003. (read more)

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PETER FROST sees a magnificent play on the Grunwick strike which highlights its lasting impact on the union movement (read more)

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