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Theatre

Worthy of Wilde: Eureka Day, at the Old Vic, reviewed

1 October 2022

9:00 AM

1 October 2022

9:00 AM

Eureka Day

Old Vic, until 31 October

The Clinic

Almeida Theatre, until 1 October

Eureka Day is a topical satire set in a woke school in America. An outbreak of mumps has led to calls for a vaccination programme that will prevent the school from being quarantined and shut down entirely. The script, written in 2018, has acquired new layers of meaning since the Covid terror.

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