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Hymn

‘Hymn’ is book-ended by two funeral orations but is much more of a hymn to love than anything churchy. In this case, the love is fraternal, neither ph...
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Troy Story

As part of its winter season, and conceived very much with Covid restrictions in mind, THE RSC has adapted the most famous eighteenth-century English ...
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Flight

This is a unique show from start to finish. When you arrive at the Bridge Theatre expectations are confounded. The staff guide you not into the main a...
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The Revenger’s Tragedy

Cheek by Jowl’s latest venture into the world of Shakespeare and his contemporaries take the form of a modern-dress, Italian-language version of the m...
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The Mikvah Project

The sheer length of a play is often no guide to the emotional sense of time passing: some short plays drag and others leave you wishing them longer. T...
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Leopoldstadt

Rather like Polanski’s Chinatown, this play is something of a misnomer. Just as hardly any of that famous film takes place in the Chinatown of Los Ang...
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Luisa Miller

‘Luisa Miller’ is rarely performed but is still an opera of great interest, both in itself and for where it stands in Verdi’s output. Written for Napl...
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The Death of England

This project began as a micro-play at the Royal Court in 2014 and now comes to the National Theatre at the same time ‘Albion’ returns elsewhere. It is...