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Next to Normal

At the end of opening night, the renowned Singaporean actor Adrian Pang addressed the audience after his performance, thanking them for coming to a pl...
The Secret Agent by Matthew Hurt (adapted from the novel by Joseph Conrad)
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The Secret Agent

The Young Vic theatre is a blend of the old and the new. It was opened in 1960s socialist Britain, as a place where the next generation of actors, dir...
Liza Liza Liza by Richard Harris
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Liza Liza Liza

Award winning television writer and playwright Richard Harris' new work depicts the ups and downs of the life of Liza Minnelli, through turbulent marr...
Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift
2.0★ ★

Gulliver’s Travels

Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels is masterful in its guise as a children’s fantasy, political satire and cultural parody. Since its publicati...
Unsung
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Unsung

A pair of brothers and their wives, a shared home with a kitchen that needs renovating – the domestic stage: comfortable, claustrophobic. Emma Jess...
Gotta Sing Gotta Dance by Chris Jordan
2.0★ ★

Gotta Sing Gotta Dance

Gotta Sing Gotta Dance tries to take the audience on a journey through the world of the musical theatre. This challenge is met, but not as effectively...
The Grand Gesture by Deborah McAndrew adapted from Nikolai Erdman
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The Grand Gesture

  Go and see The Grand Gesture if it comes anywhere near you! Despite an unprepossessing original title (the Suicide), being adapted from the ...
Edward II by Christopher Marlowe
3.0★ ★ ★

Edward II

This outlandish, rollicking production of Marlowe’s Edward II starts normally enough with Edward II (John Hefferman) sitting on a throne centre stag...
The Taming of the Shrew Rose by William Shakespeare
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The Taming of the Shrew

Time Zone’s The Taming of the Shrew offers up an alternative view of this play. Rather than debating the feminist issues that are relevant to contem...
Doonreagan
2.0★ ★

Doonreagan

Three years after the suicide of his first wife Sylvia Plath, Ted Hughes left England with his lover Assia Wevill under a cloud. Retreating to a remot...