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Opus No 7

The Dmitry Krymov Lab has built a reputation around innovative theatre with a design-led focus, and Opus No 7 fits firmly within this vein. Split into...
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Privacy

There’s a fine line between privacy and secrecy. According to at least one of the collection of learned interviewees whose words have been worked into...
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Reading With Bach

The Laban Theatre is a beautiful performance space; a huge square stage in an auditorium lined with the rich dark wood needed to soak up sound in reci...
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Other Desert Cities

The Old Vic has been transformed for Other Desert Cities; the stalls have been stripped out and rebuilt, the stage dragged forwards, and scaffolding e...
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The Husbands

Sharmila Chauhan’s new play at the Soho Theatre takes place in an imagined rural community in 21st Century India, where a once arid area of land has b...
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Jack Charles v The Crown

Τhe eponymous Jack Charles is a figure who bears some resonance in Australia. Part of the Stolen Generation of Aboriginal children, Charles endured se...
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American Lulu

American Lulu is, to mix a metaphor, the child of a great number of cooks. Co-produced by  The Opera Group, Bregenzer Festspiele, Scottish Opera and t...
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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...