THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA – REVIEWS

LA CASA DE BERNARDA ALBA – RESEÑAS

EVERYTHING THEATRE *****

27/11/2017

Unmissable! A right hook of a play held up on the shoulders of a clutch of powerful performers who give their all.”

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BROADWAY WORLD *****

19/11/2017

‘The production is a triumph for director Jorge de Juan who has conjured such wonders from his cast and who explores the full complexity of Lorca’s masterpiece at a dizzying pace……’ ?????

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DAILY EXPRESS ****

10/11/2017

 ‘Performances are terrific and I would happily return to see it in Spanish – and I don’t speak a word of it.’ ????

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REVIEWS GATE ****

5/11/2017

‘A powerful performance by Mary Conlon, surface steel and inner rage in the title role, and a strong supporting cast…’ ????

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LONDON THEATRE 1 ****

5/11/2017

‘A thoughtful and poignant production from the Spanish Theatre Company.’ ???? 

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THE SPY IN THE STALL ****

2/11/2017

‘The impression of intense heat which, combined with the themes of sexual tension, created an interesting dynamic’????

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BREAKING THE FOURTH WALL

21/11/2017

‘In this particular production, the message hammers home about the oppressive nature of what is expected of women, expectations that over the millennia have been self-imposed for fear of being branded a ‘scarlet woman’, a harlot’ ????

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EL MUNDO 

6/11/2017

‘15 mujeres, 15, se alternan en el escenario del Cervantes Theatre de Londres en La casa de Bernarda Alba y en insólitas funciones bilingües. Por primera vez, el drama lorquiano por excelencia llega a la capital mundial del teatro en los dos idiomas alternos, para celebrar el año vivido peligrosamente bajo los arcos del ferrocarril elevado en el Old Union Yard, al sur del Támesis.’

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EL IBERICO

3/11/2017

‘El Teatro Cervantes consigue transportarnos, desde Londres, a la España profunda y ultracatólica de primera mitad de siglo XX. Esto lo hace posible una conjunción de factores ensamblados con esmero.’

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