•    Review of 2012: Theatre   

    Best new play

    Though Dec is so scarcely over, there is still only time to locate a superb two-hander Constellations, personification during a Duke of York’s in London’s West End to 5 January, a send from a Royal Court. Nick Payne’s extinguishing regretful comedy (starring Rafe Spall and Sally Hawkins) plays perplexing games with time, toying with a idea of together universes, this being a fractured story of a adore event between an worldly beekeeper and a fanciful physicist. Charming, humorous afterwards greatly poignant.

    Top biodramas

    Farewell to a Theatre was another unforgettable, beautifully understated premiere. Would that we could see Roger Michell’s prolongation again. Staged with still astuteness during Hampstead Theatre, Richard Nelson’s biodrama about actor-manager and author Harley Granville-Barker – who helped to change British play pre-First World War – took a surprisingly tangential approach, building into a Chekhovian organisation portrait. Adrift in provincial Massachusetts in 1916, with other expat thespians,

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