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Sharpen the cake knives! Two kids can't play nice and now the neighbours are at war. Yasmina Reza's black comedy comes the Chapel off Chapel.
Anne is white and in her sixties, and so faces disapproval when she starts a relationship with a much younger man of a different race. Written by Daniel Keene and directed by Ariette Taylor.
Paul Capsis and Sisters Grimm in an unholy alliance sounds like a pop cultural dream come true, and Calpurnia Descending contains all the elements you’d expect: ribald humour, cat fights galore, and...
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