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Dark Sublime

Dark Sublime is a fictional British sci-fi TV series that ran on from 1979 to ‘81. It parodies Doctor Who and Star Trek by featuring tropes like time ...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Born to Mince

This year the empress of smut Julian Clary has returned to strut onstage with his aptly named comedy tour Born to Mince. The show is typically Clary-e...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Death of a Salesman

Arthur Miller’s classic American play, focusing on the harshness of living in a dog-eat-dog capitalist society, receives fresh treatment from Elliot a...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Small Island

In this adaptation of Andrea Levy’s 2004 novel about the Windrush generation, the trials faced by native Jamaicans migrating to post-war Britain is ex...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Queereteria TV

Queereteria TV is the latest theatrical development in the life of Andy Bell’s melancholy and salacious stage persona Torsten. In this incarnation, we...
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Betrayal

Pinter’s Betrayal follows the lives of three artistic intellectuals involved in a love triangle. Emma is married to Robert but started secretly sleepi...
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The Convert

The Convert is a historical play that explores Africa’s fraught colonial past. Jekesai (Letitia Wright) seeks refuge from her uncle (Jude Akuwudike) b...
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Anthony and Cleopatra

Simon Godwin’s Antony and Cleopatra is an intricate masterpiece that makes good use of heavy-hitting actors while also boasting a marvellous set desig...
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Marathon

Marathon is a newly devised piece of theatre that attempts to tell a war narrative through experimental means. It is supposedly about a messenger brin...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Blue Heart

Blue Heart is formed of two shorts by Caryl Churchill called Heart’s Desire and Blue Kettle. The first, Heart’s Desire, is about a family of three ...