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Linda

Penelope Skinner’s Linda is a tremendously strong piece of new writing, and a bold comment about how sexist our society still is. The protagonist’s wo...
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The Mikado

Jonathan Miller’s hilarious production of The Mikado is certainly one worth seeing. This iconic production returns to the ENO’s Coliseum to celebrate ...
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Master of the Macabre

Master of the Macabre is Benedict Barber’s first solo stage show, but unfortunately not as impressive or terrifying as the performer himself states in...
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The Heresy of Love

The Heresy of Love is a brilliant new play by Helen Edmundson and has been skillfully staged by John Dove in what is a simple but powerful production....
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Oresteia

Aeschylus’ Oresteia is the only extant ancient Greek trilogy and one of the most challenging examples of Greek tragedy. Its three parts: Agamemnon, Th...
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Death of a Salesman

Death of a Salesman is Arthur Miller’s masterpiece, a powerful modern tragedy which touches upon the issue of what makes one happy and what keeps a fa...