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Why one-man plays are all the rage

15 April 2024

11:08 PM

15 April 2024

11:08 PM

Well, it’s nice to feel on trend. The Today programme this morning carried an item on the popularity of one-man and one-woman theatre shows, following on from the success of two such shows in the Olivier Awards: Sarah Snook in The Picture of Dorian Gray and Andrew Scott in Vanya.

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