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FAUSTUS: That Damned Woman

Lyric Hammersmith Theatre and Headlong present in association with Birmingham Repertory Theatre a new version of the classic Faustus myth. Chris Bush ...
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Solaris

This new play, written by the acclaimed David Greig, came to London all the way from Melbourne - where the production premiered in June 2019. Afters i...
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A Doll’s House

A Doll’s House remains one of Ibsen’s masterpieces, and certainly one of his most performed plays throughout the world. When it premiered at...
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Carmen

Carmen the opera, as well as Carmen the character, have been throughout the years unique sources for reimagined versions across all art forms and medi...
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Henry V

The Globe’s new production of Henry V certainly reminds us of how relevant Shakespeare’s play is today. At a time where war is still taking ...
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Three Sisters

After her fascinating production of Tennessee Williams’ Summer and Smoke, Rebecca Frecknall’s return to the Almeida does not disappoint! This time she...
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The Good Person of Szechwan

The Good Person of Szechwan is one of Bertolt Brecht’s most popular plays. Written in 1941, it is a parable about the challenge of remaining...
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The Cherry Orchard

It is very unique experiencing a play in the language in which it was written, performed in a much more freeing way than the ‘naturalistic’ ...
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Mother’s Field

The third production that the Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre presented at the Barbican this February was a version of Mother’s Field by Chingh...
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Father (Vader)

Peeping Tom is really one of the most exciting companies in Europe. And it is thanks to the Barbican and to London International Mime Fe...