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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...
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Anywhere

Anywhere is the UK debut of the young and exciting French company Le Théâtre de L’Entrouvert. The founders of the company - and performers...
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Waltz of the Hommelettes

Waltz of the Hommelettes is a truly imaginative blend of puppetry, shadow theatre, and mask. It is loosely based on The Elves by the B...
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The Double Dealer

The Double Dealer is one of those plays that you rarely have the chance to see on stage. Written in 1693 by William Congreve, it is indeed rarely perf...