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Review- The Pride- Aurora Theatre25-2-19

The title of the show, as well as the rainbow-coloured motif in the promotional material, might lead you to expect a run-of-the-mill LGBTIQ rights piece.

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Review- Silent Sky- Aurora Theatre12-10-18

In a time where empowering women and representation are all prevalent, Aurora Theatre brings ‘Silent Sky’ to the helm towards the latter half of their season.

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Review- The 39 Steps- Aurora Theatre2-6-18

After a semi-lengthy hiatus, I am delighted to return to the digital pages of HKELD to review what can only be adequately described as a genre-bending comedic reworking of the famous Hitchcock suspense thriller, The 39 Steps.

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Audience Reaction: Dial "M" For Murder- Aurora Theatre 9-2-18

Did you have the chance to watch Dial "M" For Murder? What did you think of it? Write your comments and thoughts and let us know!

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Review – The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)- Aurora Theatre 27-5-17

Pursuing perfection may be difficult. Pursuing comedy may be harder. But writing a review about a play as deliriously madcap, comically adept, and audience-engaged as The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged) – if not equally daunting – is formidable enough.

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Audience Reaction- The Crucible- Aurora Theatre19-2-17

We watched The Crucible on Thursday and had a chance to chat with the audience and the cast members who were very pleased with their opening night and their work.

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Review: The Crucible - Aurora Theatre17-2-17

“If we had no Defects of our own, we should not take half so much Satisfaction in observing those of other People.” - La Rochefocauld (1613-1680) “I speak my own sins; I cannot judge another. I have no tongue for it.” – Act 4

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Promo video- The Crucible- Aurora Theatre26-1-17

The place is Salem, Massachusetts, in 1662, an enclave of rigid piety huddled on the edge of wilderness. Its inhabitants believe unquestioningly in their own sanctity. But in Arthur Miller's edgy masterpiece, that very belief will have poisonous consequences when a vengeful teenager accuses a rival of witchcraft- and then when those accusations multiply to consume the entire village.

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Preview- The Last 5 Years (rerun)- Aurora Theatre21-10-16

Local company Aurora Theatre is very excited about their rerun of The Last Five Years, which will be presented at the Fringe Club from the 10th through to the 12th of November.

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Review-Last Days of Judas Iscariot-Aurora Theatre11-4-13

I want to see more of Satan. This rare epiphany will ring true for scores of theatregoers this weekend at the McAulay Studio. Alex Sommerville’s terrific performance as the Angel of Darkness is a highlight in The Last Days of Iscariot, a court drama of Judas’ trial in Hope, a town in Purgatory.

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