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Weald

Weald, currently showing at the Finborough is a new play by prize winning writer Daniel Foxsmith. A poignant story about the bond between two men, Wea...
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P’yongyang

Romeo and Juliet meets The Manchurian Candidate Pyonyang is a heart-breaking tale of forbidden love between two young people growing up in Communist N...
5.0★ ★ ★ ★ ★
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Flowering Cherry

Robert Bolt was one of the 20th Century’s most successful playwrights. He first shot to fame in the 1960s with A Man for All Seasons before going on t...
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Treasure

100 years ago London’s East End boasted a popular Yiddish theatre scene, now largely forgotten. Pulling off another spectacularly original revival the...
3.0★ ★ ★
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The Sweethearts

The Finborough’s latest offering is The Sweethearts a topical glimpse into the lives of modern British soldiers serving in Afghanistan. A slightly dis...
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London Town – The Musical

Hackney Picturehouse has a varied programme of arts events on its top floor Hackney Attic. The programme features storytelling, poetry and music night...
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Operation Crucible

From Warhorse to Peace in our Time, Journey’s End to Blue Remembered Hills plays about the world wars are many, varied and often influential. Modern p...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Shit-Faced Showtime

August is nearly here and with it another cohort of bright young things will head to Edinburgh to try their luck amongst 25,000 other acts at the Frin...
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Alpha Beta

Ted Whitehead’s Alpha Beta is an intense and visceral play about an irretrievably damaged couple locked in a loveless marriage. Reminiscent of Doris L...
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Chef

Every so often a play comes along that ticks all the boxes; script, acting, set and story come together in perfect harmony to create a performance tha...