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Issue 50 / December 2012

This week's arts diary

Could there be a 'German bailout' for the RSC? The award refusal that was refused, and will Glasgow get a Turner?

Ostermeier's Hamlet

Thomas Ostermeier's widely acclaimed production of Hamlet, which the director brought to London last week from his home theatre the Schaubühne in Berlin, has set theatrical tongues wagging, despite the fact that the first night was cancelled due to the strikes (which caused me to miss it). Mad and messy, radical and muddy, it was, wrote the Guardian's Lyn Gardner, not for a single second dull. And how many domestic Shakespeare productions can you say that of? (And I'm afraid I'm not excluding the other London Hamlet with Michael Sheen at the Young Vic.)

From: Books: Books + News | guardian.co.uk

Tuesday, 6 December, 2011

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