3.0★ ★ ★
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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...
2.0★ ★
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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
5.0★ ★ ★ ★ ★
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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...
1.0
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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...
Yerma at the Young Vic.
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Yerma

Yerma is a devastating story about a woman tortured by her own biology. She becomes fixated on bearing a child, but thwarted by her infertility. Her f...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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CUT

The Vaults Theatre. There’s nothing quite like it. The venue is in some refurbished arches, with its own bar, buried beneath Waterloo Station – you ca...
Malthouse Theatre production The Shadow King, Barbican Centre
2.0★ ★
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The Shadow King

Michael Kantor and Tom E Lewis embark on a very ambitious idea: transforming King Lear into an aboriginal version. Such a thing is no easy feat, espec...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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No Villain

A radio blares jazz into a cramped room. A family sits in silence for an eerily long time, they are waiting for Arnie to return home after a long abse...
Richard III, Almeida Theatre
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Richard III

A skeleton was found under a Leicester car park in 2012: the skeleton was later identified as the remains of Richard III, the last Yorkist king, who d...
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The Caretaker

Matthew Warchus’s latest artistic endeavour at the Old Vic is an absolute triumph, keenly expressing Pinter’s vision in The Caretaker: the crisis of i...