(Sarah Crompton’s article appeared in the Telegraph, 2/7.)

The celebration arose because Sheffield’s new artistic director, Daniel Evans, regards Hare as one of the most significant figures in post-war theatre and has chosen to mount three plays in three theatres more or less simultaneously: Plenty, a study of post-war disillusion directed by Thea Sharrock and starring Hattie Morahan; Racing Demon, the first part of the famous trilogy, which Evans himself will direct; and Breath of Life, which stars Isla Blair and Patricia Hodge.

via www.telegraph.co.uk


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