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The Bay at Nice

The Bay at Nice was first seen as part of a double bill at the National Theatre back in 1986. Written at the end of the Cold War, it is set in Leningr...
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Midsummer Night’s Dream

Britten is often thought of as a precocious composer, enjoying a brilliant success as a young man, especially in opera, but with his inspiration gradu...
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Elizabeth I

Among Rossini’s 39 operas ‘Elizabeth, Queen of England’ is unaccountably neglected. It marked perhaps the most important turning point of his life, as...
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Circa

After successful outings in Amsterdam and at The Vaults, this debut play comes to Islington for almost a month in newly revised form. It offers an amb...
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The Price

It is fifty years since this still underrated Arthur Miller play was first produced in New York.  This play is far less of an obvious symbolic engagem...
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A Wake in Progress

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust is running an initiative in this year’s festival in the Waterloo Vaults called ‘Let’s Talk’. The aim is to f...
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Until the Lions

‘Until the Lions’ was originally designed for performance at the Roundhouse where it experienced notable success in 2016. It is an epic narrative fo...
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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...