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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...
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Pack of Lies

Pack of Lies is based on a true story. Set in west London, in what is a quintessentially middle-class suburbia. The year is 1961. Bob and Barbara Jack...
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Dust

Dust, a 70-minute engrossing monologue-drama infused with black humour, is shrouded in the untimely death of young Alice. The young female, gripped by...
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Don Giovanni

Amy Lane’s revival of Kasper Holten’s 2014 production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni is a fast-moving, modern journey into the mind of the eponymous hero. T...
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Mamzer Bastard

Mamzer Bastard, a ninety-minute opera by the 29-year-old Israeli composer, Na’ama Zisser, is an impressive achievement. The title is a tautology on...
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Lohengrin

Richard Wagner’s Lohengrin first premiered in the provincial city Weimar on 28 August 1850. The date is crucial, as German dignitaries had flocked to ...