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The Pardoner’s Tale

A classic English tale is brought to life this month at the Unicorn Theatre.  In a co-production with Tangere Arts, Chaucer’s The Pardoner’s Tale is g...
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Lebensraum

Kicking off the London International Mime Festival at the Southbank is Lebensraum by Swedish-born theatre-maker Jakop Ahlbom, described as ‘a wordless...
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Fuerzabruta

Scholar Laura Marks described the haptic experience as brushing as near as possible to verbalizing a sensory experience in its fullest, most accurate ...
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The Events

There are moments in human history that we seek to understand.  Tragedies that we want a reason for, a why to hold on to.  The Events wades through th...
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Heaven in Berlin

"You create a place where people feel human”.  Brian, an aging rock and roll star who has run away to East Berlin, proclaims the beauty and the potent...
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The Lyons

"Even contempt is a connection”.  Nicky Silver’s new play, The Lyons, puts an estranged and fighting family in a confined hospital room and watches as...
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Jekyll and Hyde

The leaflet claims you will leave the theatre feeling dirty and I suppose you have to credit them for accurate advertising. This is an adaptation o...
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The Lightning Child

Sometimes being lost is part of the journey and when you accept it and settle in for the ride, its more enjoyable at that. Ladyboy Herald advices the ...
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Fleabag

I laughed for nearly an hour straight and left the theatre sad. There is something heart wrenching in Fleabag, this one-woman play written and perform...