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The Plague

Neil Bartlett's world premiere of The Plague is the first stage adaptation of Albert Camus’ novel,  portraying the terror, power and spirit of Camu...
3.0★ ★ ★

Around

The programme note said “Suitable for children aged 4+”.  The poster at the venue said “Suitable for children aged 5+”.  As it turned out, t...
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A Number

Genetically, you are 30% the same as a lettuce. You are 98% identical to a chimpanzee. 99.9% of your genes are the same as the person next to you. Bio...
Hay Fever. Photo Mihaela Bodlovic
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Hay Fever

Dominic Hill’s production of Noël Coward’s Hay Fever is a playful if traditional take on the well-loved 1924 comedy of manners. Meet the Bliss...
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Vanity Fair

With this production of Thackeray’s Vanity Fair comes the age-old moral dilemma:...
Royal Ballet in Jewels. cROH, 2017. Photographed by Alastair Muir.
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Jewels

With Jewels, George Balanchine gives the Royal Opera House three cleverly varied ballets; Emeralds (to Gabriel Fauré), Rubies (to Igor Stravisky) and...
I Capture The Castle Palace Theatre, Watford
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I Capture The Castle

Adapting a novel into a musical, especially when the novel is as well-loved as Dodie Smith’s 1948 I Capture The Castle, is never going to please eve...
42nd Street London (c)Brinkhoff-Moegenburg
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42 nd Street

If you should ever see one musical, it should probably be 42nd Street, in some incarnation. It’s about the making of a large-cast musical during the...
2.0★ ★

Sublime

Sublime, a debut play by Sarah Thomas, promises balaclavas, wigs, jewels and forbidden passions within the intimate confines of Soho’s Tristan Bates...
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Natives

Natives is a new play by the former editor of i-D magazine, Glenn Waldron, about three fourteen year-old kids growing up in different nonedescript twe...