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Loserville

A light-hearted musical about sci-fi geeks in the ‘70s, Loserville is upbeat and yet at times incredibly touching, as we see the difficulty of maintai...
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The Nether

In the world of The Nether, the internet has expanded into a virtual reality, where people can create and inhabit their own worlds; Mr Sims, a busines...
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Inigo

Inigo is a new play by Jonathan Moore about faith, family, friendship and rebellion: it follows Inigo de Loyola as he goes from an ambitious pleasure-...
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Romeo and Juliet

Contemporary and fast-paced, yet with all the heart of Shakespeare’s original, this is a production which drags Romeo and Juliet headfirst into the tw...
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Blind Date

Blind Date is an exploration of the modern dating world, deeply moving and constantly funny. It begins with Andrew and Angela filling out online datin...
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The Changeling

As soon as the house lights darken in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, we feel a deep sense of foreboding: the Playhouse, lit only by candles, makes for a...
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Young Men

The opening performance of Sadler’s Wells 2015 programme, Young Men fuses dance, theatre and visual elements to create an incredibly moving portrayal ...
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The Glasshouse

Max Richter's On the Nature of Daylight - the bleak contemporary classical work which largely forms the musical soundscape for my evening - gently fil...