Himself and Nora, Minetta Lane Theatre, New York
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Himself and Nora

This new off-Broadway musical, centered around the love affair between James Joyce and Nora Barnacle, carries the tagline ‘the greatest love story nev...
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The Deep Blue Sea

Helen McCrory and Carrie Cracknell, who worked together on The National Theatre’s Medea, reunite for The Deep Blue Sea, a play with none of Medea’s wi...
Elegy Nick Payne The Donmar Warehouse
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Alzheimer’s (or dementia – the words themselves are never actually uttered within the play) is a difficult, often unwieldy subject, and it is largely ...
The Suicide The National Theatre
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The Suicide

The Suicide takes Nikolai Erdman’s satire and thrusts it, wholesale, into the world of 21st Century London. It follows Sam Desai (Javone Prince), unem...
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All’s Well That Ends Well

Like Measure for Measure, All’s Well That Ends Well is a ‘problem play’ rather than a true comedy, a play where the comedy is often defined more by a ...
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The Master Builder

The Master Builder is a play about the spaces in between, a theme that Howell’s stunning set emphasises: it is full of slicing geometric shapes, slant...
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Reptember Reloaded

The Faction's monologue series returns to the New Diorama.   The Man With A Flower In His Mouth - Pirandello, adapted by Mark Leipacher ...
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Richard III

Richard III is a bloody play, and this is a production that emphasises the violence from the explosive first scene. In dimmed red light, on a red mat,...
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Les Liaisons Dangereuses

The set of Les Liaisons Dangereuses is gorgeous, peeling paint walls and grandiose period furniture half-draped with dust sheets, a sense of opulent d...