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One of these days, pigs might fly and Philip Ridley will write a play full of joy, laughter and sparkling merriment. Meanwhile, he follows the dark and murky byways of lives that have gone lyrically wrong in language that lacerates any vestigial sense of well-being and “all’s right with the world” in an audience.

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High street cosmetics chain Lush emerges as the main financial backer of Frack Off after donating £20,000 to anti-fracking campaign

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Transfer news: Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas wins case to purchase London home, but will he be returning to Arsenal?

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British gorilla expert Dr Ymke Warren murdered in Cameroon after chef she sacked hired a hitman

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