Maliphant - One Part II. Photo Johan Persson
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Maliphant Works

Maliphantsworks is an evening of four intimate performances each choreographed by Russell Maliphant, who also performs. Wall is performed in a small intimate studio, dimly lit and contained, allowing us to f...
The Cherry Orchard Arcola Theatre. Photograph Robert Workman
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The Cherry Orchard

Chekhovs’ The Cherry Orchard follows the story of Madame Ranevsky who has returned home to her family estate, which holds a cherry orchard in their gardens. However due to piling debts, she is slowly having t...
Boys ☆☆☆ By Ella Hickson LOST Theatre
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Boys

Boys at the LOST Theatre is set in Edinburgh during the sanitation strikes which meant mounting garbage and tensions within communities causing riots, violence and disruptions. The story is one that explores th...
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The Kissing Dance

The Ye Olde Rose and Crown pub Theatre in Walthamstow continues with its run of the not-so-popular musicals. This time, The Kissing Dance, a Howard Goodall, and Charles Hart's musical. Based on Oliver Goldsmith...
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Top Girls

The Guildhall School’s spring drama season continues with Caryl Churchill’s 1982 play Top Girls, a play which focuses on Marlene, a career-driven woman, who is only interested in the success of women in bus...
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A Christmas Carol

It has been 172 years since Charles Dickens published A Christmas Carol, a novel about Ebenezer Scrooge, who thinks the festive and joyful arrival of Christmas in London is all “Humbug”. Ciaran McConville a...
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Macbeth

Carrie Cracknell & Lucy Guerin morphs Shakespeare’s Macbeth into a show similar, in parts, to the original play but with the action reduced to choreographed movements. It is a complete contrast to the con...
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Me and Mr C

There is a bare stage, stripped of any colour, the space is massive and in the centre sits a old teal two seater sofa and beside it, a suitcase brown old and battered. Gary Kitching comes on stage, immediately ...
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Four Minutes, Twelve Seconds

Olivier nominated James Fritz takes us on a journey following Di (Kate Maravan) who is seeking the truth starting with her sons bloody t-shirt. But with this digital age we live in, that manages to keep our liv...