Love, National Theatre. Photo by Sarah Lee
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LOVE

Alexander Zeldin’s latest devised play is simply about existence in temporary housing at Christmas time for four different groups. Except, it isn’t th...
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Bones

Bones is Peter Straughan’s dark comedy concerning the convenient appearance of Reggie Kray upon a 1960s Gateshead porn cinema, financially doomed and ...
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Psyche

Psyche is the most beautiful girl, who Cupid is sent to extract revenge upon by his mother, Venus. The pair fall in love, but are overcome with severa...
Backstage in Biscuit Land
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Backstage in Biscuit Land

Backstage in Biscuit Land provides an honest and heart-warming insight into the life of Jess Thom. Thom has Tourette's, a neurological condition wh...
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Rules for Living

Christmas comes early to the 3 Bugs Fringe Theatre's production of Rules for Living, directed by William Jackson. Sam Holcroft's play is a farcical di...
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Institute

Institute is a performance I have hunted for some time. I have heard many a good thing about Gecko's touring production, and finally could see it for ...
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Pride and Prejudice

I have seen several adaptations of famous films as of late. The most frustrating thing about seeing a theatrical retelling of a reasonably well known ...
The Exorcist at Birmingham Repertory Theatre
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The Exorcist

The Exorcist is hailed as being the originator of the mainstream horror genre: whether it be the 1971 novel, or the subsequent 1973 film. In John Piel...
Sleepwalk Collective's Domestica, Birmingham Repertory Theatre
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Domestica

Sleepwalk Collective's Domestica is a hard hitting and monumentally epic take on a renegotiation with classical art. This classical art, in their own ...
Staring Out at Birmingham Repertory
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Starting Out

Starting Out is a showcase of five new short plays by women, for women. They tell of the struggles faced in the austerity age, and women are sidelined...