Ed Whitfield Articles

Lady Windermere's Fan: a charming and funny spectacle

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The Vaudeville Theatre’s Oscar Wilde season, a quartet of his best-known plays, opened with Kathy Burke’s... Read more

Long Day’s Journey Into Night tickets

Long Day's Journey Into Night "one of the great plays"

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There’s a maudlin intensity to Eugene O’Neill’s New England classic. Did anyone ever better layer s... Read more

The Divide

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Once, according to legend, there was a six-hour version of The Divide, Alan Ayckbourn’s belated entry, at 78, i... Read more

NYT: Othello tickets


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If the pubescent audience I sat with at the Ambassador Theatre is anything to go by, the National Youth Theatre is su... Read more

The Red Lion list

The Red Lion

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The setting of The Red Lion, the changing room of a non-league football club, recalls the 70's Play for Today. At... Read more

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