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Writer Samantha Ellis discusses her latest play, The Only Jew in England.
Playwright Cordelia O’Neill talks about her powerful new play, No Place for a Woman.
A Song Goes Round the World – first stop Selig Court, Golders Green with singer Daniel Donskoy

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Review: The Addams Family: The Musical Comedy ★★★★ - America’s favourite dysfunctional family is right on song in a darkly delicious musical treat (touring until 4 Nov).
Review: Caroline, Or Change ★★★★ – Tony Kushner draws on his Deep South Jewish childhood for a thrilling musical of the changing times in 60s America (until 3 Jun).
Review: No Place for a Woman ★★★★ – The imagined story of two women caught in the Holocaust has real power (until 27 May).
Review: All Our Children ★★★★ – Director turned writer Stephen Unwin vividly brings a lesser-known Nazi atrocity to our attention (until 3 Jun).
Review: An American in Paris ★★★★★ – A glorious evocation of the City of Light illuminates the stage (until 30 Oct).


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Fleshy, adorable and complex
Judi Herman reports on a new show on the life and work of Charlotte Salomon, which kicks off in the artist's centenary year.

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The Graduate turns 50
Mike Peters asks what made the film a counterculture classic?

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