Jonathan Kent in conversation with Rivka Jacobson He is a director extraordinaire, seeking to challenge the audience with productions of hardly ever-...
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Rosmersholm

This play is a masterpiece that is rarely produced. Duncan Macmillan’s new adaptation of Ibsen’s Rosmersholm and Ian Rickson’s direction of stellar pe...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Avalanche: A Love Story

A 90 minute monologue delivered by Maxine Peake against minimalist, yet poignant and dramatic mise-en-scène - Avalance is a personal quest familiar to...
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The Lady from the Sea

This is a bilingual production, Norwegian and English, of Ibsen’s 1888 play, The Lady From the Sea. A challenge for director and cast, particularly as...
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The Queen of Spades

‘One could lose one’s sense if music didn’t exist. It’s the most beautiful gift of heaven for a man who errs in the darkness’ writes Tchaikovsky. T...
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Sweat

The very title of Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 2015 play, ‘Sweat’, evokes the presence of pungent sensory stimuli. Nottage’s ‘Sweat’ acutely ...
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Simon Boccanegra

Genoa, 14th century is a backdrop to a political, social and personal drama cradled in the agonies of love, machinations, feuds and eventual reconcili...