Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

By Tom Stoppard
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David Haig deserves a special mention as the Player, a scene-stealing combination of obsessive old-stager, cockney wheeler-dealer, pimp and pirate, surrounded by a hangdog, pierrot-faced entourage

The Telegraph
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David Leveauxs production is nimble and inventive

The Guardian
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Radcliffe and McGuire bounce off each other like Spacehoppers on a day out

The Times
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Stoppards play remains extraordinarily full of life

The Sunday Times
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Fizzes with life

The Observer
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Anna Fleischle has come up with (for my money) the design of the year

The Independent
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it remains strange and charming, always clever and sometimes soulful

Evening Standard
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a whirlwind of wordplay

Financial Times
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a brilliantly crafted, endlessly witty meditation

Metro
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astonishingly funny with a glorious range of jokes

WhatsOnStage
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a perfectly blended comedy double act

The Stage
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a sparkling revival

Radio Times

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