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Probably best know from the TV flatshare comedy Game On, Samantha Janus teams up wrth badly-behaved Neil Morrissey and the late Brian Glover for a different kind of game. Up ’N’ Under first saw light as a stage play by Hull Truck Theatre Company, An unlikely combination of rugby league and the Edinburgh Fringe, it won the day, and helped make a name for writer/director John Godber. He’s gained a bit more clout since then; and his film versron clearly hopes to be this year’s Full Monty. Up ’N’ Under opens on Fri 23. See review, page 40.

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Russian dancer Denis Malankine was last seen in Edinburgh Sinking his fangs into the necks of swooning Virgins. If you liked Northern Ballet Theatre’s Dracula, you'll be pleased to hear Malankine is back as star-crossed Romeo Montague, not so much undead as dying every night. He still gets intimate contact With a swooning vrrgin, mind. Romeo And Juliet IS at Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Tue 27—Sat 37 Jan, See Drama & dance listings, pages 70—72..

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