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My Mum’s A Twat

In this season of 90s revivalism – the fashion, FRIENDS on Netflix, the Jumanji remake – My Mum’s A Twat fits right in. The set has truly ramped up th...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Little Eden

Little Eden is inspired by 1950s science fiction invasion narratives: characters don skirt suits and brown jackets, 50s radio pulses in the background...
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Wings

In the preface to Wings, playwright Arthur Kopit emphasises the scientific knowledge required to direct this play, and the understanding of brain trau...
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Angels in America

"The whole world is crazy, why not me?” Prior Walters asks. It is into this flickering madness, the absolute loss of certainty that AIDS brought with ...
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Peter Pan

To fly, you must be young, and innocent, and heartless – or so Wendy (Madeleine Worrall) tells us, and it is this emphasis on the heartlessness of ete...
3.0★ ★ ★
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The Libertine

'I do not want you to like me’, Lord Rochester (Dominic Cooper) declares at the beginning of the play, gesturing to the audience with every ounce of t...
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No Man’s Land

In a play preoccupied with a no-man’s land of frozen stasis, and the desire to once again reach solidity, the set allows for no such illusions. The tr...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Unfaithful

Owen McCafferty’s Unfaithful is an intensely voyeuristic piece. This is partly due to the intimacy of Found111 as a venue – crammed in tight around th...
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Comedy star Phill Jupitus is the big-name draw for this production, and he tackles the role of Bottom with appropriate gusto. The rest of the mechanic...
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The Merry Wives of Windsor

There is a reason why The Merry Wives of Windsor is not one of Shakespeare’s most-loved plays, nor one of his most-studied: it is, largely, froth. How...