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Killology is the eagerly anticipated new play by Gary Owen’s, writer of the award winning ‘Iphigenia in Splott’. It definitely fulfils the promise of ...
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Out of This World

Out of This World is a show that is hard to quantify. It contains physical theatre, spoken word, acrobatics and rope work, amongst other things. There...
The Glass Menagerie Duke of York’s Theatre. Photo Johan Persson
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The Glass Menagerie

Tennessee Williams’ 1944 memory play is an often performed twentieth century standard that you may think that you know well. John Tiffany’s version br...
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Escaped Alone

After a critically acclaimed run in 2016, Caryl Churchill’s ‘Escaped Alone’ returns with the original cast for a short run at The Royal Court prior to...
The Twentieth Century Way Jermyn Street Theatre
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The Twentieth Century Way

The widespread discriminatory treatment of gay men throughout the twentieth century still has the power to make you gasp in disbelief at times. Tom Ja...
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The HIV monologues

It’s twenty years this year since more effective anti-retroviral drugs changed the nature of H.I.V. treatment and turned it from being a terminal illn...
Stalking the Bogeyman at Southwark playhouse
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Stalking the Bogeyman

Anchorage, 1978: the teenage son of a couple who are friends with his parents, rapes seven-year-old David Holthouse in the basement of their house. Hi...
The Trial of Jane Fonda at Park Theatre
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The Trial Of Jane Fonda

In 1972 actress Jane Fonda travelled to North Vietnam as part of her on-going mission to halt what she perceived to be America’s futile, destructive a...
Gertrude- The Cry Theatre N16
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Gertrude- the Cry

Gertrude- the Cry is Howard Barker’s response to Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’. Originally performed in Elsinor Castle in 2002, this is a version of events f...