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Jonathan Miller’s production is admirable but lacking in both spark and subtlety
‘The obvious lesson of the 1914-18 war is not one we’d expect many politicians to have learnt’
The director talks about his stormy days at the National Theatre
This is a beautifully judged production of Githa Sowerby’s 1912 drama
Michael Mayer’s super-glitzy, hyper-kitschy Rigoletto exults in the rat-packy decadence of Las Vegas c.1960
Despite his huge success, Jonathan Miller is haunted by his decision to abandon medicine
My mentor was my father – the first man to describe Munchausen’s syndrome
Haze is cleared away in favour of storm and stress
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