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Long Day’s Journey into Night review at Citizens Theatre, Glasgow – ’emotionally gruelling’ – The Stage


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Long Day's Journey into Night review at Citizens Theatre, Glasgow – 'emotionally gruelling'
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The weakness of O'Neill's script – that it never quite settles into any mode, but lurches between the subtle and the overblown – undermine the characterisation, but Hill guides his ensemble towards an emotionally gruelling finale. Philips' James Jr ...

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Theatre preview: Long Day’s Journey Into Night at the Citizens’ Theatre, Glasgow – The Scotsman


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Theatre preview: Long Day’s Journey Into Night at the Citizens’ Theatre, Glasgow
The Scotsman
When Eugene O’Neill sat down to write what’s now recognised as his masterpiece, around 1941, he was already well over 50, and suffering from the health problems that would soon put an end to his writing life, a decade before his death in 1953. Long Day

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Theatre reviews: Bold Girls at the Citizens’ Theatre, Glasgow | Just Start Here at 26 Civic Street, Glasgow – The Scotsman


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Theatre reviews: Bold Girls at the Citizens’ Theatre, Glasgow | Just Start Here at 26 Civic Street, Glasgow
The Scotsman
Helicopters circle above, conjured up by swirling spotlights over a darkened Citizens’ auditorium; and then we are down to earth in Marie’s kitchen, where something like normal life goes on, despite occasional sounds of explosions and gunfire from the
Theatre review: Bold Girls, Citizens Theatre in GlasgowThe Times

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Theatre reviews: Bold Girls at the Citizens’ Theatre, Glasgow | Just Start Here at 26 Civic Street, Glasgow – The Scotsman


The Scotsman

Theatre reviews: Bold Girls at the Citizens’ Theatre, Glasgow | Just Start Here at 26 Civic Street, Glasgow
The Scotsman
Helicopters circle above, conjured up by swirling spotlights over a darkened Citizens’ auditorium; and then we are down to earth in Marie’s kitchen, where something like normal life goes on, despite occasional sounds of explosions and gunfire from the

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Here’s why there are posters all over Glasgow that say ‘He’s f***ing nailed it’ – Glasgow Live


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Here’s why there are posters all over Glasgow that say ‘He’s f***ing nailed it’
Glasgow Live
Black and white posters exclaiming ‘He’s f***ing nailed it’ have been popping up all over the city this week – and theatre fans might already know why. It’s all part of a clever viral marketing campaign from the Citizens Theatre for Dominic Hill’s

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Theatre: Cuttin’ a Rug at Citizens Theatre, Glasgow – The Times (subscription)


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Theatre: Cuttin’ a Rug at Citizens Theatre, Glasgow
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The middle instalment of a trilogy can often feel inessential: the slightly sagging bridge between a punchy opening and satisfactory denouement. However, this revival of the second part of John Byrne’s Slab Boys trilogy reaffirms the play as every bit

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Hansel and Gretel review at Citizens Theatre, Glasgow – ‘spectacular visuals’ – The Stage


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Hansel and Gretel review at Citizens Theatre, Glasgow – ‘spectacular visuals’
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Hansel and Gretel review at Citizens Theatre, Glasgow – ‘spectacular visuals’. Karen Fishwick and Shaun Miller in Hansel and Gretel at Citizens Theatre. Photo: Tim Morozzo. Various · Pantomime · Reviews. by Gareth K Vile – Dec 12, 2016. Tweet This.
Theatre review: Hansel and Gretel, Citizens Theatre, GlasgowHerald Scotland

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