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Branagh can’t quite banish the spirit of Noel Edmonds: King Lear, at Wyndham’s Theatre, reviewed

Plus: an impressive impersonation of Diana at the Park Theatre

All the menfolk resemble costumed Vikings at a Norwegian tourist attraction: Doug Colling (Edgar as Poor Tom), Joseph Kloska (Gloucester), Kenneth Branagh (Lear), and Dylan Bader-Corbett (France) in King Lear. Credit: Johan Persson

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