The Secret Keeper -Leicester Curve 1 - (photo by Sheila Burnett)
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The Secret Keeper

The Secret Keeper is set in an odd upside down contemporary fairytale world, where the Nobel Prize exists but secrets are also magpies, where there are condoms but people are known by their jobs, like The Inn K...
Hedda Gabler National Theatre UK Tour
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Hedda Gabler

Hedda Gabler, in the most basic terms, follows the new marriage between the titular character (Lizzy Watts) and a rising academic, Tessman (Abhin Galeya.) She is bored, trapped in a marriage she agreed to for c...
Duet_for_One_credit_Robert_Day
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Duet For One

Duet For One explores the relationship between therapists and their patients, between musicians and music and between mental and physical health. Rather a lot to fit into two hours but in Kempinski’s capable ...
Joan The Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham
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Joan

When I first entered the Rep’s studio theatre for a performance of Milk Theatre’s ‘Joan’ I was struck by how differently the space was configured. Typically, the Door is an end-on theatre, with the audi...
My Country; a work in progress. National Theatre (Photographer: Sarah Lee)
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My Country; a work in progress

My Country is a verbatim piece on the EU referendum, Carol Ann Duffy’s team took interviews with people the breadth of the country in the days directly after the vote. As we entered the theatre, I very muc...
La Strada Richmond Theatre
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La Strada

La Strada is a new piece of devised work, incorporating circus and live music into a searing portrayal of travelling performers in 1950s Italy. It is based off the seminal film of the same name by Federico Fell...
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Between The Two

Between The Two is a piece about ‘identity, memory and love’. It follows the story of a young woman as she leaves India for the first time to go to England, a place that she has never been and nor has her f...
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Pygmalion

Headlong’s production of George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion is obsessed with language; as a method of communication, as a marker of class, as a building block of the world around us. This is clear from the ...