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Death of a Salesman

This production of Miller’s most famous play has transferred into the West End from the Young Vic. Half of the cast has changed but the two senior rol...
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The Match Box

Frank McGuinness has built up a formidable reputation over the past thirty years as a poet, adaptor of plays in translation, writer of screenplays and...
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Red Velvet

Red Velvet has had great success on both sides of the Atlantic since its first appearance at the Tricyle/Kiln back in 2012, and deservedly so. It is a...
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Orpheus in the Underworld

Emma Rice is a wonderful example of a ‘marmite’ director, whose productions are either greeted as startlingly original interventions that make you loo...
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Orpheus and Eurydice

Gluck’s contribution to the development of opera is still under-appreciated, straddling as he does the transition between the Baroque and Classical er...
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Noises Off

‘Noises Off’ was first seen as long ago as 1982, and its many revivals since have ensured that it now enjoys a status not just as a classic farce in i...
2.0★ ★
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Amsterdam

This new play is a joint production between the Orange Tree Theatre and the Actors Touring Company. It is also Matthew Xia’s first production as artis...
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Hansard

As you take your seat the music of ‘The Lark Ascending’ washes across a stage carrying the outlines of a country house, and it would be easy to assume...
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Les Damnés

This first collaboration between director Ivo van Hove and the Comédie-Française is also the company’s first visit to this country in many years. The ...