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The Red Lion

Although some may argue that the business tactics of non-league football and the artistic flair of theatre are not the most intuitive of pairings, Patrick Marber’s The Red Lion at Trafalgar Studios is an inst...
Saint George and the Dragon (c) Johan Persson
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Saint George and the Dragon

Although the actual story of Saint George and the Dragon dates back to medieval legend, the very notion of national identity is inherently central to cultural, political and economic discourse in the present da...
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Late Company

Jordan Tannahill’s critically acclaimed Late Company shines a light on the dark and difficult aspects of 21st century parenting, exploring privacy, mental health and accountability through the lens of digital...
Touch - Soho Theatre. Photo Helen Maybanks
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Touch

From the creator of the hugely successful Fleabag comes Touch, an authentic and absorbing comedy which charts one woman’s quest to sexual liberation and self-discovery.  Dee is 33, and has recently moved to ...
The Tempest by the Royal Shakespeare Company 2016. Photo Topher McGrillis © RSC
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The Tempest

After a successful run in Stratford, Gregory Doran’s staging of The Tempest now graces the stage of the Barbican, in all of its whimsical and mystic glory that Shakespeare himself would arguably esteem. Aside...
2.0★ ★

Terror

Premiering in Berlin in 2015, Ferdinand von Schirach's interactive courtroom drama Terror has been staged in seven countries and aired on television networks across Europe. Now it’s running at the Lyric Ham...
Kiss me Trafarlgar Studios Photos by Robert Day
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Kiss Me

Set in the aftermath of WW1, where the devastating effects of conflict extended beyond the bloody battleground, Kiss Me addresses the universal wartime dichotomy of life and death in the intimacy of one bedroom...
Babette’s Feast Print Room at the Coronet
2.0★ ★

Babette’s Feast

Glyn Maxwell’s adaptation of Karen Blixen’s understated short story Babette’s Feast brings a freshly stirred account of artistry and communion to the stage. Housed in the Print Room at the Coronet, this e...
Madame Rubinstein at Park Theatre. Photo by Simon Annand
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Madame Rubinstein

There are no ugly women, only lazy ones. This is according to Helena Rubinstein, whose reputed tumultuous rivalry with Elizabeth Arden, as well as her shrewd approach to business and the cosmetics industry, is ...
2.0★ ★

Sublime

Sublime, a debut play by Sarah Thomas, promises balaclavas, wigs, jewels and forbidden passions within the intimate confines of Soho’s Tristan Bates theatre.  An ambitious feat, Ben SantaMaria’s shrewd dir...