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Our fascination with the Cambridge spy ring is undimmed, and Julian Mitchell’s renowned 1981 play – which originally starred Rupert Everett and Kenneth Branagh, with Colin Firth playing the Branagh role in a subsequent movie – is a deserving transfer from last autumn’s Chichester season to the West End.

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Akane Takada as Princess Aurora and dancers of The Royal Ballet

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Making his Royal Ballet debut in The Sleeping Beauty, Vadim Muntagirov gave a stellar performance. He’s a prince to his fingertips, effortlessly elegant, with a purring ease to the high leaps and speedy turns. He’s matched by Akane Takada, dancing her first Aurora, making this an evening of exciting promise.

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Mark Bazeley (Dan Gallagher) and Kristin Davis (Beth Gallagher) in Fatal Attraction

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<p>Away from the stage she starred as receptionist Sal in the 2011
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