Posts Tagged ‘Sean Foley’

Review of Moliére’s The Miser in a free adaptation by Sean Foley & Phil Porter. With Griff Rhys-Jones, Lee Mack, Matthew Horne and Ryan Gage. Hugely entertaining.


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Review of the Sean Foley directed The Dresser, with Ken Stott and Reece Shearsmith. After a much acclaimed London run, the production is on tour. Here at Chichester. It’s a backstage tragicomedy set in 1942, while they’re playing (trying to play?) King Lear.


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Review of the Kenneth Branagh Company’s third production, The Painkiller (LINKED), a full-on French farce with Kenneth Branagh as a hit man and Rob Brydon as the suicidal Welsh photographer in the next hotel room, it may not sound funny, but it is hilarious and the support cast is first-rate too.


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