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Obligatory welcome post

Welcome to freemanfans, the fan community for British actor Martin Freeman (Sherlock, The Office, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, etc). At one point I might write up some more information regarding rules if necessary, but for now I jotted down a few in the profile.

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I think that was it... feel free to start posting! :D

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Clybourne Park


Clybourne Park. Photograph: Alastair Muir

American writer Bruce Norris garnered a selection of fine reviews for his dark suburban comedy about phoney US liberalism, The Pain And The Itch, in 2007. Now he returns to the Royal Court with the European premiere of Clybourne Park, a piece about race and comedy that opened in New York earlier this year. It's a satirical play of two halves, the first set in Chicago in 1959; the second in 2009. In the earlier period a couple sell their home cheaply, enabling the first black family to move into the cosy white neighbourhood of Clybourne Park. Fifty years on, the same home is being bought by a couple who want to knock it down and start again, raising the hackles of the neighbours in the same way as half a century before. The play is a response to Lorraine Hansberry's seminal A Raisin In The Sun. The cast, who play different parts in each act, includes Sophie Thompson and Martin Freeman, recently seen in TV's terrific Sherlock as John Watson. Dominic Cooke directs.

Jerwood Theatre Downstairs At The Royal Court, SW1, Thu to 2 Oct

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