Neil Dowden

Freelance book editor and arts journalist, mountain lover and the most underrated amateur footballer of his generation

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Stripped-Back Revival Reveals Declining Family Of Aristocrats
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Stripped-Back Revival Reveals Declining Family Of Aristocrats
August, 14 2018
The Importance Of Being Earnest Is Wildely Amusing
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The Importance Of Being Earnest Is Wildely Amusing
August, 6 2018
Rhys Ifans Gives Absurdly Royal Performance In Exit The King
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Rhys Ifans Gives Absurdly Royal Performance In Exit The King
July, 27 2018
Alan Bennett’s Sprightly New Play Champions Care For The Elderly
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Alan Bennett’s Sprightly New Play Champions Care For The Elderly
July, 19 2018
Arthur Miller's Final Play Fails To Illuminate
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Arthur Miller's Final Play Fails To Illuminate
June, 18 2018
Fascinating Feminist Drama Machinal Needs No Update
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Fascinating Feminist Drama Machinal Needs No Update
June, 13 2018
Orlando Bloom Is Now Playing A Psychotic Hitman In The West End
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Orlando Bloom Is Now Playing A Psychotic Hitman In The West End
June, 7 2018
Masterpieces: A Clunky, Dated Attack On The Sex Industry
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Masterpieces: A Clunky, Dated Attack On The Sex Industry
April, 30 2018
Absolute Hell Provides Dark Delight At National Theatre
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Absolute Hell Provides Dark Delight At National Theatre
April, 28 2018
Theatre Review: A Humble Boy With Big Ideas About The World
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Theatre Review: A Humble Boy With Big Ideas About The World
March, 15 2018
This African-Style Hamlet Gives The Classic A New Vibe
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This African-Style Hamlet Gives The Classic A New Vibe
March, 13 2018
Chemistry, Fluidity and Minimalism: Summer and Smoke At Almeida Theatre
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Chemistry, Fluidity and Minimalism: Summer and Smoke At Almeida Theatre
March, 12 2018
Frozen Explores Icy Region Of Human Heart
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Frozen Explores Icy Region Of Human Heart
February, 26 2018
Anarchic Show Is A Bit Of A Mess
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Anarchic Show Is A Bit Of A Mess
February, 22 2018
A Poignant Portrayal Of Bittersweet Romance
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A Poignant Portrayal Of Bittersweet Romance
February, 16 2018
Hayley Atwell Shines As A Ruthless Financier
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Hayley Atwell Shines As A Ruthless Financier
February, 9 2018
An Amusing Tribute To Maverick Ken Campbell
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An Amusing Tribute To Maverick Ken Campbell
January, 31 2018
Jennifer Saunders Is Absolutely Fabulous In Oscar Wilde Play
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Jennifer Saunders Is Absolutely Fabulous In Oscar Wilde Play
January, 26 2018
A Pitch-Perfect Revival Of An Early Pinter Classic
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A Pitch-Perfect Revival Of An Early Pinter Classic
January, 22 2018
Iconic 80s Play Still Provokes Uneasy Laughter
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Iconic 80s Play Still Provokes Uneasy Laughter
January, 15 2018
Misalliance Is Shaw To Provoke Debate
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Misalliance Is Shaw To Provoke Debate
December, 13 2017
Dear Brutus Provides Charming Entertainment
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Dear Brutus Provides Charming Entertainment
December, 8 2017
Albion: A Sprawling Garden Of England Play
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Albion: A Sprawling Garden Of England Play
October, 19 2017
Review: Angels In America Makes Heavenly Theatre
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Review: Angels In America Makes Heavenly Theatre
May, 10 2017
Art: Sewell, Key And Ritter Give Old Masterpiece A Fresh Lick Of Paint
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Art: Sewell, Key And Ritter Give Old Masterpiece A Fresh Lick Of Paint
December, 23 2016
The League Of Gentlemen Return To Their Theatrical Roots
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The League Of Gentlemen Return To Their Theatrical Roots
October, 10 2016
Unmissable London Theatre This October
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Unmissable London Theatre This October
October, 7 2016
Review: McKellen And Stewart Tussle In No Man's Land
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Review: McKellen And Stewart Tussle In No Man's Land
September, 21 2016
London Theatre: What To Watch In August
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London Theatre: What To Watch In August
August, 5 2016
Review: Strife Is Rife In The Plough And The Stars
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Review: Strife Is Rife In The Plough And The Stars
July, 28 2016
Review: Faith Healer Works Its Magic Power
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Review: Faith Healer Works Its Magic Power
July, 1 2016
Preview: Play Inspired By Edward Snowden Opens In London This Week
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Preview: Play Inspired By Edward Snowden Opens In London This Week
June, 14 2016
Review: No Winners In The Philanderer's Banter Of The Sexes
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Review: No Winners In The Philanderer's Banter Of The Sexes
May, 18 2016
Review: Lawrence After Arabia Reveals The Man Behind The Legend
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Review: Lawrence After Arabia Reveals The Man Behind The Legend
May, 12 2016
Review: Elegy Asks If It's Our Memories That Make Us Who We Are
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Review: Elegy Asks If It's Our Memories That Make Us Who We Are
May, 1 2016
Review: Shakespeare’s Daughter Stars In Jacobean Sex Scandal
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Review: Shakespeare’s Daughter Stars In Jacobean Sex Scandal
April, 29 2016
Review: Deathwatch Shows Men Imprisoned By Their Desires
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Review: Deathwatch Shows Men Imprisoned By Their Desires
April, 15 2016
Review: Ayckbourn's Adulterous Romp Is A Hilarious Affair
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Review: Ayckbourn's Adulterous Romp Is A Hilarious Affair
April, 6 2016
Interview: Leo Butler On How His Play Boy Minds The Gap
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Interview: Leo Butler On How His Play Boy Minds The Gap
April, 5 2016
Review: Play About Rehab Is Disturbing Yet Compelling Viewing
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Review: Play About Rehab Is Disturbing Yet Compelling Viewing
March, 24 2016
Review: The Truth Reveals Web Of Lies
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Review: The Truth Reveals Web Of Lies
March, 19 2016
Review: Bottom Almost Drops Out Of Riotous A Midsummer Night's Dream
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Review: Bottom Almost Drops Out Of Riotous A Midsummer Night's Dream
March, 3 2016
Review: The Maids Serves Up Psychosexual Power Games
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Review: The Maids Serves Up Psychosexual Power Games
March, 2 2016
Review: Ralph Fiennes Gives Towering Performance In The Master Builder
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Review: Ralph Fiennes Gives Towering Performance In The Master Builder
February, 5 2016
Review: Escaped Alone Brews Storm In A Teacup
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Review: Escaped Alone Brews Storm In A Teacup
February, 3 2016
Review: Herons Wades Into Teenage Troubles
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Review: Herons Wades Into Teenage Troubles
January, 27 2016
Review: Les Liaisons Dangereuses Depicts Cruel Art Of Seduction
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Review: Les Liaisons Dangereuses Depicts Cruel Art Of Seduction
December, 21 2015
Review: World Premiere of Arthur Miller's First Play No Villain
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Review: World Premiere of Arthur Miller's First Play No Villain
December, 13 2015
Lisa Dillon: Stoppard's Cold War Play Is Just As Relevant Now
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Lisa Dillon: Stoppard's Cold War Play Is Just As Relevant Now
December, 4 2015
Review: Pericles's Voyage Not All Plain Sailing
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Review: Pericles's Voyage Not All Plain Sailing
November, 28 2015
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