Going Out: Theatre - ... AND BEYOND
Saturday 06 November 1999
Sunday in the Park with George (Haymarket, Leicester)
This daring Sondheim musical about the Impressionist painter Georges Seurat is directed by Paul Kerryson, who has made this theatre a Mecca for Sondheim fans. To 3 Nov
Baby Doll (Birmingham Repertory Theatre)
Bold revival of Tennessee Williams's drolly lubricious movie comedy about a 9-year-old killer.
To 3 Nov
Macbeth (Theatr Clwyd, Mold)
There are more productions of Macbeth this autumn than you can shake a cauldron at. Owen Teale, who played opposite Janet McTeer in the hit revival of A Doll's House, stars in this Terry Hands production. In rep to 3 Nov
Macbeth (West Yorkshire Playhouse)
Starring the excellent Patrick O'Kane, Jude Kelly's exhaustively rethought interpretation features some bizarre water sculpture. This comes in particularly handy for the hand-washing scene. To 4 Dec
Hamlet (Bristol Old Vic)
Colin Tierney's craggy, passionate wit as a performer should suit the title role in Gemma Bodinetz's new production. To 27 Nov
Robin Thicke admits he didn't write 'Blurred Lines'music
Review: Cilla, ITV TV
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