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Polis Loizou

‘The Audience’ play review

On paper, it’s red-hot. Capitalise on the Jubilee / Will & Kate / Royal Baby mania with a show starring Helen Mirren as Elizabeth Regina (again) backed by the writer and director of The Queen and a neat concept: a series of era-hopping sequences giving us a backstage pass to the Queen’s weekly audience with the Prime Minister.

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‘The Second Mrs Tanqueray’ review

When Arthur Wing Pinero, the Victorian theatre world’s ultimate funny-man, wrote his very own ‘woman with a past’ problem-play, no-one could have predicted its immense success. Or, for that matter, its subsequent vanishing into obscurity.

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