See, I went to bed and all these reviews of The Crucible appeared!

Rhetoricians call this “false cause,” I believe. Read these via reader links sent to me, tumblr folks richardcfarmitage, jollytr, sahraobsessed and own looking around.

In case you haven’t read them already:

The Guardian. As you may or may not know I have a huge emotional attachment to this paper. Had they given this play a bad review, I’d have been in a serious dilemma!

The Evening Standard. This is a paper I’ve never read but is a solid venue.

British Theatre Guide.

Financial Times. Read by people who care about, well, finance.

The Stage. London theater insiders. Remember when Richard Armitage was interviewed for this publication about Strike Back?

Time Out. A publication that features the best things to do in London.

The Arts Desk. This was the reviewer who just wanted to go home and savor, I believe, and not review. “A roaring contrarian beast of a man who shouts because he cannot be heard.” Love that writing.

Digital Spy. I don’t think of this as a place to read theater reviews, myself, but I remember reading all about Spooks there, back in the day.

What’s on Stage.

~ by Servetus on July 4, 2014.

6 Responses to “See, I went to bed and all these reviews of The Crucible appeared!”

  1. Your magic was a success! Thanks for that. 😉

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  2. Thanks for the goodies, Serv! I woke up early this morning after my late night and saw UK ExPat’s link to The Guardian. Needless to say I was happy, if slightly worried about his throat . . asking Wydville to take him honey in a care package when she goes again on Monday night. 😉

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  3. Thank you for the links, Servetus!

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  4. Thanks for gathering these reviews for us! It is so good to know that the critics agree with us.

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  5. Thank you for the collection in one place, it is so appreciated. They are gratifying to read even for a non-long time fan of a year and a half.

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    • I think they’d be gratifying for anyone to read, honestly. Well, maybe not for enemies of Richard Armitage, lol.

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