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Our Town

This year’s choice for the Guildhall School’s main winter drama is a classic twentieth-century American drama, Thornton Wilder’s epic portrait of loca...
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It’s A Wonderful Life

The 1946 Frank Capra film ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ was not a success when new, but has since become an indispensable part of Christmas, adapted success...
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Dinner with Groucho

This new play by Frank McGuinness began life in Ireland to mark the twentieth anniversary of the b*spoke theatre company, and now it travels to Belfas...
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Alcina

On the face of it, Handel operas should not work. Bafflingly complicated plots and a long series of ‘Da Capo’ arias where the opening section repeats ...
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MSND

For sixteen years now Intermission Youth Theatre has done what theatre at its best should always do – change lives. Under the inspiring leadership of ...
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Opera Triple Bill

The Guildhall School has in recent years revived many one-act operas – a strategy that ensures as many roles as possible for the students and introduc...
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Richard II

‘Tangle’ is a touring company devoted to showcasing African and Caribbean excellence. This current tour, culminating in London this month, brings thei...
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Not Now

David Ireland has had a very fruitful relationship with the Finborough Theatre in recent years and so it is no surprise that after a first outing in G...
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Apollo Resurrected

Both United Strings of Europe and Gandini Juggling have developed strong reputations in recent years for original and innovative programming, the form...
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Mary

After the success of her ‘James Trilogy’ any new historical drama by Rona Munro arrives with high expectations. Building on the insight that Scotland ...