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Theatre Review: The Girl on The Train at The West Yorkshire Playhouse - Bradford Telegraph and Argus


Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Theatre Review: The Girl on The Train at The West Yorkshire Playhouse
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
The world premiere of the stage adaptation of Paula Hawkins' hugely successful novel, The Girl on the Train comes to the Courtyard Theatre where LEO OWEN caught the show. POPULAR TV actress, Jill Halfpenny, plays our unreliable narrator Rachel, ...

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The Girl on the Train onstage: 'We wanted it to have the pace of a train out of control' - iNews


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The Girl on the Train onstage: 'We wanted it to have the pace of a train out of control'
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So what attracted you to the multimillion-selling novel The Girl on the Train? That could be my first question to Rachel Wagstaff and Duncan Abel – but the pair of playwrights seem too full of enthusiasm to warrant such cynicism. It was something of a ...

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The Girl on the Train arrives at West Yorkshire Playhouse - Yorkshire Post


Yorkshire Post

The Girl on the Train arrives at West Yorkshire Playhouse
Yorkshire Post
The Girl on the Train arrives at West Yorkshire Playhouse. Lead role: Jill Halfpenny in The ... Paula Hawkins' novel is a global publishing phenomenon, it debuted at number one in the New York Times bestseller list in February 2015 and has gone on to ...

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Review: The Girl On The Train, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds - The Press, York


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Review: The Girl On The Train, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds
The Press, York
THE girl on the train is more off the train than on it; more off the booze than on it, despite being an alcoholic, in Rachel Wagstaff and Duncan Abel's new stage adaptation of Paula Hawkins' melodramatic potboiler. Is this premiere off the rails or on ...

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The Girl on the Train review – is Paula Hawkins's bestseller unadaptable? - The Guardian


The Guardian

The Girl on the Train review – is Paula Hawkins's bestseller unadaptable?
The Guardian
The use of dazzling lights and express-train sounds to evoke Rachel's memories is, however, misleading: the whole point of the story is what she sees when a train is at rest rather than in hectic motion. On the plus side, Jill Halfpenny captures well ...
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“Into The Water” By Paula Hawkins-A Book Review - DunyaNews Pakistan (blog)


DunyaNews Pakistan (blog)

“Into The Water” By Paula Hawkins-A Book Review
DunyaNews Pakistan (blog)
The thriller comes out two years after Hawkins' mega seller-the girl on the train-which sold more than 18 million copies worldwide and was later adapted into a movie starring our very favorite Emily Blunt. “Into the water” is definitely an incomparable ...

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