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'While everyone will agree that the British Library was a little too long in the making, the idea of throwing up a complex theatre at the speed of an office block in Seoul or Guangzhou is a bit potty. . . A little more thought, a little more care, and a lot less arts- world in-fighting might just have turned a trouper into a star.' Jonathan Glancey on Sadler's Wells Theatre. Guardian, 12.10.98