Split Screen Stereophonic Peggy Baker Dance Projects
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Split Screen Stereophonic

Peggy Baker Dance Projects’ Split Screen Stereophonic reprises four masterworks from the company’s recent repertoire. While each piece has its dis...
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The Wild Party

The St James Theatre is no more, having been bought by Lord Lloyd Webber and renamed The Other Palace with the intention, as stated in the programme t...
The Girls The Phoenix Theatre
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The Girls

Eight weeks into 2017, and I’m happy to say we have a new bona fide feel-good hit in the West End in the shape of The Girls, Tim Firth and Gary Barl...
All The Little Lights Birmingham Rep
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All the Little Lights

In 2014, playwright Jane Upton read about an 18 year old girl who was grooming other girls to be a part of a sex ring run by older men. It was this ev...
Orpheus in der Unterwelt Papageno Musiktheater
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Orpheus in der Unterwelt

The tragic tale of Orpheus and Eurydice gets a little twisted in Orpheus in der Unterwelt. And by twisted I mean everyone seems surprisingly happy tha...
Amaluna - Cirque du Soleil Royal Albert Hall
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Amaluna

As you step into the Royal Albert Hall, you set foot on the island of Amaluna, surrounded by tall grass and the sounds of waves and birds. Before the ...
Much Ado About Nothing Urban Stages, New York
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Much Ado About Nothing

For the first few minutes of Ross Williams’ adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing – a play known for its witty repartee and rampant rumor-mongering...
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The Cause of Thunder

The Cause of Thunder is a blistering one-man Brexistential crisis full of humour and pathos. The show tells the story of Bob Cunningham (played by cel...
Black Beauty Red Bridge and Traverse Theatre
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Black Beauty

Saddle up for Black Beauty as you’ve never seen it before; the McCuddy brothers are guaranteed to whinny you over. These so-called Equestrian Illusi...