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Critics enjoy 'memorably vivid' Three Days in the Country

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Kid Critic: Horrible Histories (Garrick Theatre)

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Karl Theobald stands out in this revival of Alan Bennett's monologues



Three Days in the Country (National Theatre, Lyttelton)

Mark Gatiss and John Simm star in Patrick Marber's adaptation of Turgenev's A Month in the Country