Takeaway Re_Write, Theatre503
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South of Home / Takeaway

Re:Write is an exciting project which aims to showcase new London writing. After the sold-out success of Re:Awakened (July 2016), the team returned to...
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Pigeon English

Pigeon English fizzes with intensity and promises everything we should expect from a National Youth Theatre production. Alongside Romeo and Juliet and...
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The Mother

Ever tried Ever failed No matter Try again Fail again Fail better We encounter Beckett’s famous instructions upon a blackboard at the forefront ...
Ugly Lovely Old Red Lion Theatre
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Ugly Lovely

It felt apt that the Welsh football team were dismantling European heavyweights Belgium in the Euro 2016 quarter-final match in the pub below the Old ...
The Local Stigmatic - Old Red Lion Theatre
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The Local Stigmatic

The Local Stigmatic still resonates. Director Michael Toumey confronts us with Heathcote Williams’ aggressive, vitriolic and pulsating drama on its fi...
After Independence Arcola Theatre
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After Independence

Zimbabwe, 1998. Eighteen years after the country secured its independence from British colonial rule. The Mugabe government is enforcing land-reclamat...
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In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel

Tennessee Williams’ 1969 play, In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel is rarely performed, and after watching, I think there is some reasoning behind that. It is...
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Anna Karenina

The BBC recently condensed Tolstoy’s epic War and Peace into six one-hour long episodes. The ever-ambitious Arrows and Traps Theatre Company have foll...
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Uncle Vanya

I read an interesting article a while ago in which the exciting director, Robert Icke, discussed theatre’s challenge to compete with TV shows such as ...