Twelfth Night review – Emma Rice brings lights, music and the food of life
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Shakespeare’s Globe, LondonThe outgoing artistic director’s farewell season hits a glorious high as Shakespeare meets Studio 54

Twelfth Night reserves its sharpest barbs for purists and puritans. The humiliation of Malvolio, with his rule-bound antipathy to everything the play celebrates – excesses of music and food and love – is its abiding image. Rarely can that theme have seemed as pointed as in Emma Rice’s life-loving production at the Globe.

By rights, a year and a bit on from taking over...

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