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By prospect   October 2005

Euripides’s Orestes gets a rare production at the Oxford Playhouse from 12th October—rarer still because it will be performed in ancient Greek.


Marc Isaacs’s film Philip and His Seven Wives is a study in fanatic delusion: Philip lives in Brighton but thinks he is the King of Israel. It premieres as part of Sheffield international documentary festival, from 10th October.


Barbara Hepworth’s oils and drawings may not startle like her sculptures, but her images of melancholy women and surgeons at work pack a punch despite the delicacy of their line. They go on show at the Hazlitt…

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