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Equus

Equus is a breathtaking, startling, and gripping play delivered brilliantly by a compelling cast. Introduced to a tableau of boy and horse by world...
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American Clock

The American Clock is a lavish production of a confusing and disjointed play. It reminded me of nothing so much as a stage version of The Big Short. H...
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Counting Sheep

I am blown away. Rarely does taking part in a piece of theatre speak so directly to the core of my being, but Counting Sheep is one of the most exc...
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Cuzco

Cuzco is a deceptively simple play about a couple on holiday in South America. Translated beautifully from the original Spanish, it touches on themes ...
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An Honourable Man

There is a real need for art to explore the causes and roots of our current populist phase of politics. Unfortunately, this is not that. While well...
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The Wolves

With a few wonderful exceptions (step forward My So-Called Life) teenage girls get a pretty rough time in popular culture. For example, simply calling...
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Sketching

Sketching has all the great hallmarks of a James Graham play. There are a lot of characters, and their stories interweave frenetically. Music is used ...