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Rutherford and Son

Gritty and totally compelling: a rare work from 1912 woman playwright Githa Sowerby enthrals at St James Theatre. Read my review of Rutherford and Son

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The World’s Wife

Linda Marlowe opened the new season of plays at St James Theatre Studio with Poet Laureate Carol Duffy’s anthology ‘The World’s Wife’, giving an alternative look at history and mythology through the imagined viewpoints of the wives of famous figures.

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