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Shiver

The Jewish tradition of ‘sitting shivah’ a period of seven days spent grieving and mourning for a dead person, is the basis for Daniel Kanaber’s play ...
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A Fool’s Proof

Scratchworks is comprised of four Exeter University graduates who are inspired by live music, clowning and physical theatre and who collaborate on all...
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Shang-a-Lang

The King’s Head website states that Shang-a-Lang is not suitable for children. However I would recommend it for those who are old enough to remember t...
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The Ugly Sisters

It is nearly a month since Christmas and the panto season has come to an end, but fear not boys and girls – the alternative version of Cinderella is t...
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Keepsake

American writer Gregory Bean has chosen London for the world premiere of Keepsake. Although a small scale production, performed by four actors in a fr...
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Ghosts

I have no idea why I have never before seen Ghosts; I’ve seen at least one production of most of Ibsen’s other plays. Coming to this tragedy for the v...
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The Taming of the Shrew

Time Zone’s The Taming of the Shrew offers up an alternative view of this play. Rather than debating the feminist issues that are relevant to contempo...