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British actor Emma Kingston talks about playing the role of Hodl in Fiddler on the Roof.
Writer Samantha Ellis discusses her latest play, The Only Jew in England.
Playwright Cordelia O’Neill talks about her powerful new play, No Place for a Woman. 

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Review: Fiddler on the Roof ★★★★ – Raising the roof at Chichester Festival Theatre (until 2 Sep).
A report on the inaugural Jewish Arts Festival For All in Manchester.
Review: The Mentor ★★★ – Daniel Kehlmann’s waspish wit makes intellectual sparks fly (until 2 Sep).
Review: Charlotte – A Tri-Coloured Play with Music ★★★★ – Charlotte Salomon’s autobiographical work explodes onto the stage in glorious tri-colour.

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New play puts Oslo peace pact centre stage
Judi Herman reports on Oslo at the National Theatre, which turns hours of political negotiations into riveting drama

 

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If this is a man at 70
Paul Bailey asks why Primo Levi’s masterpiece was neglected for so long?

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