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Helen Hawkins

Articles By Helen Hawkins

Arms and the Man, Orange Tree Theatre review - a rollicking take on Shaw's satirical classic

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Dinner with Groucho, Arcola Theatre review - often opaque

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Blood, Sex & Royalty, Netflix review - yo, bros, get down with the GOAT, Henry VIII

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The White Lotus, Season 2, Sky Atlantic review - the sizzling hit drama moves to Italy, but with less fizz

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Elephant, Bush Studio review - stirring solo show from rising star Anoushka Lucas

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Blues for an Alabama Sky, National Theatre review - superb cast and production for this period hit

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The Solid Life of Sugar Water, Orange Tree Theatre review - two-hander gets a punchy refresh

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TS Eliot: Into The Waste Land, BBC Two / Four Quartets, Starring Ralph Fiennes, BBC Four review - a great 100th birthday present to a giant of modern literature

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This England, Sky Atlantic review - how Boris's No 10 got Covid wrong

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Crossfire, BBC One review - pacy and nail-biting, the holiday from hell

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Bright Half Life, Kings Head Theatre review - ups and downs of a tender lesbian love affair

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Handbagged, Kiln Theatre review - triumphant revival of Moira Buffini's comedy

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The Clinic, Almeida Theatre review - race and the status quo

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The Capture, Series 2 finale, BBC One review - gripping ride to a barnstorming conclusion

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Munich Games, Sky Atlantic review - superbly crafted thriller races to prevent a terrorist attack

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Marriage, BBC One review - a brilliantly executed drama series with a big heart

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