Tag Archives: Rosamund Pike

Hedda Gabler, Richmond Theatre, March 2010

If we as humans are motivated by sex, money and power, then Rosamund Pike’s Hedda shows a complete absence of interest in the first two, and her twisted use of power is what produces the final bang in this well-judged production by Adrian Noble.

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Madame de Sade, in a Donmar production at Wyndham’s Theatre, May 2009

… while de Sade himself may have appealed to masochists, I did not realise you had to be a theatrical masochist to sit through this stuff.

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