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Mark Benton’s Hobson spares us nothing in his journey from rooftop to gutter

Plus: a new play by Jesse Briton at the Southwark Playhouse that needs editing

28 June 2014

9:00 AM

28 June 2014

9:00 AM

Hobson’s Choice

Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park, until 12 July

Enduring Song

Southwark Playhouse, until 5 July

Nice one, Roy. Across the West End secret toasts are being drunk to the England supremo for his exquisitely crafted belly flop in Brazil. A decent run by our boys in the World Cup has the potential to put a nasty dent in the box-office takings. As a welcome home present the lads deserve free tickets to Hobson’s Choice at the Open Air Theatre.

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