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A View from the Bridge

Stripped down to a brightly lit box, no furniture except for a single wooden chair, the social realism of Arthur Miller’s tragedy becomes intensely po...
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Swan Lake

Swan Lake, first performed in the 19th century in Russia, remains a true favourite of ballet companies and audiences alike. We love the beauty of line...
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Kooza

Cirque du Soleil is not for the faint hearted. If you can bear to tear your eyes away from the show you will see the rest of the audience biting their...
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The Nutcracker

Christmas is full of festive traditions and going to see The Nutcracker is one of the highlights. Wayne Eagling’s marvellous production for the Englis...
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God Bless the Child

Walking through the corridor leading into the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs, you quickly see that you are not in a theatre at all, but in a school. Colourf...
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The Canterbury Tales Remixed

If you are looking for a comedy masterpiece, this is the show for you. It was hard work persuading comedy loving friends that a Chaucerian themed show...
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Bryony Kimmings: Sex Idiot

If a woman asked you for a few of your pubic hairs, would you oblige? What if this was in a theatre with a packed auditorium and a bottle of Jack Dani...
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The Picture of John Gray

Oscar Wilde, Lord Alfred Douglas, the love that dare not speak its name... what better subjects for a new play? However, this superb masterpiece goes ...
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Lady Windermere’s Fan

Lady Windermere’s Fan is an Oscar Wilde gem that continues to delight audiences with its charm, wit and playful satire on Victorian hypocrisy. And the...