Fault Lines, Hampstead Theatre – Faultless little gem, catch it if you can.

A fault line is a break in the Earth’s surface that is formed between two shifting masses of rock.  The area is unstable, concealing a deep fragility and is the cause of most earthquakes.  But, it is also a potentially disruptive division or area of contention.  In Ali Taylor’s new play, Fault Lines, currently running […]

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Drawing The Line, Hampstead Theatre – 1947 and blood on our hands.

Howard Brenton is back at the Hampstead Theatre with his latest play, Drawing The Line, a broad account of the partition of India in 1947.  Cyril Radcliffe, a British judge, chosen for his lack of knowledge about India is sent to draw the line that will divide the Indian subcontinent between Hindus and Muslims.  With […]

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