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Drawing the Line review by The Sunday Times Jane Edwardes
Drawing battle lines at the end of the Raj By Quentin Letts, The Daily Mail
Drawing the Line, theatre review: ‘A fresh perspective on India’s partition’ By Paul Taylor, The Independent
Prime minister asking a favour?
Drawing the Line Review By Michael Coveney, WhatsOnStage
Howard Brenton’s historical drama is a slick work which examines the independence of India and the creation of Pakistan By Fiona Mountford, Evening Standard
Howard Brenton’s ambitious account of the partition of India in 1947 crams an amazing amount into 25 scenes of cool clarity By Michael Billington, Guardian
Howard Brenton’s new play skilfully distils the turmoil of partition, focusing on the role of one man By Sarah Hemming, Financial Times
Come and join us for Alice Hamilton’s 60th Anniversary Production of Harold Pinter's #HTDumbWaiter.
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For #ThrowbackThursday, we've uncovered this photo from the 1977 Abigail's Party programme.
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