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My Children! My Africa!

It is a rare experience to leave the theatre feeling raw, real emotion; it is even rarer to have that sensation travel home with you, and stay with yo...
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F*cking Men

Fucking Men originally appeared at The King’s Head Theatre in 2009, running for 9 months - an unusually long time in the world of fringe theatre. Now,...
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The Taming of the Shrew

The Taming of the Shrew is no stranger to adaptation - the 1960s film starring Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor has become a Hollywood classic, as ...
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The Flannelettes

The decline of the North of England (post-Thatcher) is a theme that has been well examined in various films, plays and musicals over the past few deca...
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The Lonely Soldier Monologues

Sometimes, in the ‘comment’ section of the more left-wing papers, an article will materialise about the damaging effects of war, or the difficulties t...
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The Hard Problem

Tom Stoppard is one of Britain’s most prolific playwrights, and one of the few to have produced a new piece in every decade that the National Theatre ...
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The Three Lions

In 2010, a footballer, a prince and a Prime Minister met in a Swiss hotel room. Their objective was to win England the chance to host the FIFA World C...