Roll over Dionysus

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Newspaper cutting
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4.1 Conditions of Access: 
refer to archivist
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6.1 Archivist's note: 
Evening Standard, 27 February 1996, p.43
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Production First performed Venues
Frogs (1996 - 1997) 1996 National Theatre (NT), Royal National Theatre (RNT) (London, Greater London, England), University of Kent at Canterbury (Canterbury, County of Kent, England), Queen's Hall Arts Centre (Cranbrook, County of Kent, England), University of Sussex (Brighton, County of East Sussex, England), BrewhouseTheatre & Arts Centre (Taunton, County of Somerset, England), Brewhouse Arts Centre (Burton upon Trent, County of Staffordshire, England), Weyside Arts Centre (Builth Wells, Sir Powys, Wales), Edge Hill College (Ormskirk, County of Lancashire, England), Brewery Arts Centre (Kendal, County of Cumbria, England), The Lyric, The Lyric Theatre (Belfast, City of Belfast, Northern Ireland), Christ's Hospital Theatre (Horsham, County of West Sussex, England), Corn Exchange (Newbury, West Berkshire, England), Sherman Theatre (Cardiff, City and County of Cardiff, Wales), Royal Forest of Dean College (Coleford, County of Gloucestershire, England), Northumberland Park Community School (Tottenham, Greater London, England), Nuffield Theatre (Preston, County of Lancashire, England), Stag Theatre (Sevenoaks, County of Kent, England), Palace Theatre (Watford, County of Hertfordshire, England), Cumbernauld Theatre (Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire, Scotland), Queen's Hall Arts Centre (Hexham, County of Northumberland, England), Bryanston School (Blandford Forum, County of Dorset, England), unknown venue (Petronell-Carnuntum, Lower Austria, Austria)

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