Cyrano de Bergerac
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Cyrano de Bergerac

Large scale theatrical productions in big venues, although popular, are often treated with suspicion by Athenian audiences. Aiming at a larger target ...
The Rite of Spring and Petrushka
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The Rite of Spring and Petrushka

In putting these two ballets together, director-choreographer Michael Keegan-Dolan would appear to be suggesting that there is a link-through in their...
Let the Right One In
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Let the Right One In

I guess people turn famous films into plays because of name recognition and thinking they will be a magnet for audiences and therefore make back thei...
The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith
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The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith

Primavera prides itself on rediscovering lost classics of the stage. However noble this venture might be for theatrical history, the rediscovered play...
Handbagged
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Handbagged

Even for those of us only born at the end of the 80s, Margaret Thatcher’s political career remains resonant and controversial. Handbagged brings us...
Hidden
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Hidden

Hidden is a series of short monologues and dialogues with a great deal of humour but with a dark centre. It is delivered with style and passion by its...
The Beautiful Game
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The Beautiful Game

This show, set during the troubles in Belfast in 1969, ran for just over 11 months at The Cambridge Theatre in 2000-2001.  In 2008 Elton and Lloyd We...
Three Sisters
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Three Sisters

Anya Reiss' new adaptation of Chekhov's 'Three Sisters' translates the struggles of the Prozorov family, as they attempt to find meaning in an empty s...
Kidnapped
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Kidnapped

Kidnapped is an exciting adventure story set in Scotland in the 18th century when the Jacobites (who supported Bonnie Prince Charlie) were enemies of ...
A Small Family Business
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A Small Family Business

Alan Ayckbourn apparently hates being described as a political playwright but “A Small Family Business”, revived at the National Theatre 27 years ...