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Don Quixote

The story of the knight-errant of La Mancha and his loyal squire is not only one with which we are familiar, but it is also one that has taken up resi...
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The Height of the Storm

It is rare for French dramatists to score a series of successes on the London stage, and yet Florian Zeller, aided by the expert translating skills of...
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Soldier On!

This play is the creation of Jonathan Lewis, working with and through the Soldiers’ Arts Academy. This remarkable charity recognises that the rehabili...
2.0★ ★
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The Wild Duck

Henrik Ibsen wrote this play at the height of his powers in 1884. While not performed that often in comparison with – say – ‘Hedda Gabler’ or ‘A Doll’...
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The Inheritance

This new play by Matthew Lopez transfers to the West End trailing a glowing portfolio of reviews and with most of its original cast. The production, d...
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She Wears Scented Rose

This thriller was produced to acclaim at the Camden venue Theatro Technis last year and returns now for a welcome second outing, with mainly the origi...
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Salome

First performed in 1905, ‘Salome’ was Strauss’ breakthrough opera, and is still perhaps the most startling despite all the later successes in collabor...
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Faust, Alberta

Treatments of the Faust story abound in many languages, musical and literary formats. It is a bold and brave endeavour on the part of composer Simone ...
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Othello

In the programme for this new production of Othello, director Claire van Kampen states explicitly that she is aiming for a two-hour running time and a...
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Vanessa

Samuel Barber’s Vanessa (1958) is a work at once accessible and elusive, and a successful production revolves around breaking down that paradox and re...