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So far this year, my wife and I have been to excellent productions of Harper Lee`s To Kill A Mockingbird, Oscar Wilde`s The Importance of Being Earnest and Somerset Maugham`s The Letter.
Next up, George Bernard Shaw`s Mrs Warren`s profession and J B Priestley`s I Have Been Here Before.
These were/will be in Nottingham, where we used to live, or Derbyshire, where we live now, but most are/were touring.
Last night we saw Agatha christie`s An unexpected guest. That begins with the discovery of a bood-stained body, so my wife liked it a lot better.
I'm off to see King Lear when the RSC come to Newcastle, so I'm glad to hear it's supposed to be good (being as it's my favourite Shakespeare play); I was getting worried when they hadn't let the reviewers in for weeks into the run.
Already been to see Coriolanus, and there's still The Seagull and MacBeth to come too, so if anyone is at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle for these I may be there too!
When is the baby due, Myopic Bookworm?
Not sure how you`d track them down - they may have a web site (I`ve never looked), or there may be a link from the site for the theatre royal, Nott`m, where they appear next month.
I tried hyperlinking it but couldn't get it to work! The webpage had a lot of information from the browser so will at least tell you I went to see it in Newcastle but I'm sure it went all over.
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