Chick Corea
Judging from his performance at the Hamer Hall on Saturday, Corea, at the age of 65, has lost none of the energy and urge to innovate that has always marked his stellar musicianship.

My Fair Lawyer
While there’s more than a smattering of sparkling one-liners, too many are laboured and teetering on cliché. The references to the musical whose name the play parodies are scant and practically pointless.

Paul
Howard Brenton’s play Paul is the extraordinary story of St Paul, whose faith and fanatical commitment, in the playwright’s view, was as important in establishing the Christian religion as Christ himself.

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