No's Knife Old Vic
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No’s Knife

No’s Knife is a series of monologues, adapted from Beckett’s Texts for Nothing, which is a collection of short stories he wrote in the early 1950s. Th...
Danger Memory Theatro Technis
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Danger: Memory!

The stratospheric success of plays like Death of a Salesman and The Crucible have made Arthur Miller a household name. Danger, Memory! is a collation ...
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Adler and Gibb

In a move fuelled by unhealthy obsession an actress invades the house of her dead idol. The idol is Janet Adler, a fictional 20th century protest arti...
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Travesty

Travesty is the first play by Liam Williams. It is a gender-swapped look at the different milestones of a typical relationship. The gender swapping wo...
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Krapp’s Last Tape

The scene is drab and dreary: Krapp sits at his desk, consulting a ledger and concluding that he needs to find a particular tape: “Box three, spool fi...
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Bang Said the Gun

It’s not pornography but it’s still pretty good. Bang Said the Gun is a poetry show for people who don’t like poetry. It’s the absolute opposite to th...
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XX

xx (pronounced ‘kiss kiss’) is a newly devised curio by Jack Bradfield concerning love and relationships. The play is structured differently each nigh...
The Threepenny Opera at the National Theatre
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The Threepenny Opera

Norris’s production of The Threepenny Opera is fantastically ugly: Brecht’s London is full of vagrants and harlots, a truly Dickensian bunch, motivate...
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untranslatable

untranslatable is a newly devised play about a young couple. A man and woman (Matthew Graham and Laura Douglas) go through the various stages of roman...