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Peer Gynt

Théâtre National de Nice’s adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt is the second instalment of a season of Ibsen adaptations at the Barbican – ...
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Urinetown: The Musical

You know you’re on to a winner when a musical knows how to take the pee out of itself. ‘Who would call a musical Urinetown: The Musical?’ Our ha...
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Jekyll and Hyde

Simon Collier’s revival of Jekyll & Hyde takes place in a cosy pub-theatre in Kentish town. The small, informal space makes for a relaxed and ca...
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Electra

When the Greeks portrayed the ancient stories of the Trojan War and its endless consequences on the lives of the heroes and villains involved, they we...
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Next Fall

Multi award winning Next Fall opened in New York in 2009 to huge critical acclaim before transferring to the Helen Hayes Theatre on Broadway in 2010,...
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The Girl of the Golden West

In some ways, you could think of Puccini’s opera La Fanciulla del West as the first spaghetti western. This aspect is completely adhered to in the n...
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Seminar

A woman, Virginia Woolf famously wrote, must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction. Never has this been truer, suggests Theresa ...
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Love Me Do

Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran have stepped back in time yet again with their latest play Love Me Do. Set at the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis in ...
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He Had Hairy Hands

In 1950s London, on the cobbled streets outside the Stage Door of the best West End show in town, an illicit abortion goes wrong and a baby-shaped bun...
Finding Joy By Vamos Theatre
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Finding Joy

Marcel Marceau defined mime as “the art of expressing feelings by attitudes and not a means of expressing words through gestures”, and the cast of...