Lloyd Evans Lloyd Evans

As gripping as an Agatha Christie thriller: Shooting Hedda Gabler, at the Rose Theatre, reviewed

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Antonia Thomas as Hedda, Christian Rubeck as tyrannical auteur Henrik and Matilda Bailes (right) as therapist/intimacy co-ordinator Thea in Shooting Hedda Gabler. Credit: Andy Paradise

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