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Not Quite Jerusalem

40 years since the original production, Finborough Theatre revives Paul Kember’s 1980 play Not Quite Jerusalem. It’s set in 1979 and looks at what it ...
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The Cat and the Canary

John Willard’s 1921 comedy thriller, The Cat and The Canary, comes back to the stage this year in a tour by The Classic Thriller Theatre Company. Prem...
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Albion

Playwright Mike Bartlett and director Rupert Goold collaborate again to bring Albion back to the Almeida, just a few years after it premiered there in...
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Ages of the Moon

Sam Shepard’s Ages of the Moon is a moving exploration of the realities of aging. Originally written and performed in 2009, it premieres in the UK at ...
2.0★ ★
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Hamlet

Winder’s version of Hamlet is, in theory, an interesting modern take on Shakespeare, seeking to convey a commentary about gender and political oppress...
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While the Sun Shines

This revival of While the Sun Shines, a 1943 comedy by playwright Terrence Rattigan, is high-spirited and brilliantly fun. The story starts as Mulv...