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Bacchae

  Euripides’ Bacchae is a celebration of the exotic and ecstatic: it makes us face the darker parts of humanity, and question what it means to...
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4.48 Psychosis

To enter the crypt where this play is staged, the audience must first push past obstacles in the entrance - although they are light and easily-moved, ...
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Every Brilliant Thing

Poignant, funny, serious, naive, sophisticated... Every Brilliant Thing is an outstanding piece of theatre. The venue, a pop-up theatre that is assemb...
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Studying Hamlet

Performed in a church in Shoreditch, with the audience sitting on pews only feet from the actors, this is an innovative and intimate exploration of Ha...
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Flames

In a tiny theatre in an unused railway arch, a thrilling psychological drama unfolds. Flames follows Meredith, who visits her fiancé Edmund’s grave on...
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McQueen

Lee Alexander McQueen committed suicide in February 2010, the day before his mother’s funeral. In 2007, Isabella Blow, his friend and patron, committe...
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A Foot In The Door

'A Foot in the Door’ is a new monthly event hosted by Paperback Pictures, to help new and unknown creatives to showcase their work: 4 promising plays ...
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The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby is a novel which has captured the minds and hearts of readers for almost 100 years; this ballet has the power to do the same. Somehow...