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Peter Grimes

Since its first performance in 1945, ‘Peter Grimes’ has never left the repertory and its status as a masterpiece of twentieth-century opera has never ...
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Dev’s Army

‘Strange Fish Theatre’ perform a very valuable role in bringing to the UK the best of Irish playwrighting, whether classic or more recent. Their last ...
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The Telephone & Miss Fortune

There are obvious attractions behind offering a double-bill for the Spring opera slot at the Guildhall: a variety of mood and the fullest spectrum of ...
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Proud

‘Proud’ is adapted by Bren Gosling from his novel depicting the interactions between three characters in contemporary London. Roland is in his forties...
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Urinetown

This musical is unusual in at least two respects: it was both cancelled and then remade by 9/11, and it must have one of the most unlikely scenarios o...
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The Forest

This is one of those plays where it does help to read the interviews in the programme. Even more than usual with Florian Zeller this new work opening ...
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The Chairs

Less well known than ‘The Bald Primadonna’ and ‘The Lesson’, this play is perhaps the most daring and original of Ionesco’s early and highly original ...