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Dry Land

Dry Land is about an American high school swim team. Or rather, it is about adolescence, and trauma, and the way those two things are so often entwine...
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In The Heights

King’s Cross Theatre’s production of In The Heights comes at exactly the right time to ride the wave of adulation that Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton h...
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Teddy Ferrara

Teddy Ferrara is a play that refuses to fall into complacency regarding LGBT equality. It is a play that repeatedly brings up issues that are often pu...
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Measure for Measure

Measure for Measure has always sat uneasily within the ranks of Shakespeare’s comedies, and The Young Vic’s acknowledgement that this is a ‘problem pl...
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SUPERFUNADVENTURETIMES

SUPERFUNADVENTURETIMES is a joyous, life-affirming ride, a dramatization of pop culture references with musical breaks, complete with haphazard costum...
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Talking Heads

These three monologues, taken from Bennett’s written-for-television series, have many things in common. They are stories of isolation, of loneliness, ...
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Female Transport

There’s been a surge in interest in women’s prison dramas following the success of Netflix series Orange Is The New Black, andFemale Transport takes t...
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Lessness

A dramatic reading of one of Beckett's lesser-known works, Lessness addresses many of the preoccupations found in his plays. Time, cycles of events an...
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Waiting for Godot

Waiting for Godot exists in an almost surrealist time space, and sets can sometimes be the making or breaking of a production: whether you can believe...