Hanna Arcola Theatre Photo Miryana Ivanova
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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The Crystal Egg

The show itself is worth seeing for the location. With an impressive array of old brick tunnels that set you back straight into a dark, mysterious nin...
The Beauty And The Beast King’s Head Theatre
5.0★ ★ ★ ★ ★
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Beauty and The Beast

The play might be based on a children’s movie, but it definitely is a show for adults. From second one, the cast captures the audience with a straight...
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The Very Perry Show

The Very Perry Show is an adorable evening filler. Perry presents her “collection” of people, ranging from a six-year-old in an airplane to an Amish w...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Osmo

Osmo is the monologue of a serial killer, written by Brazil’s leading female writer Hilda Hilst. The play becomes at no point pornography of violence,...
(c) Alex Brenner CASA Festival 2017 - Otelo by Viajeinmovil @ Southwark Playhouse
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Otelo

Otelo is a highlighting of Desdemona’s murder in Shakespeare’s Othello, as a reminder of the horrific femicide rates in Latin America. The play is par...
Paper Hearts Upstairs at the Gatehouse. Photo Tim Hall
3.0★ ★ ★
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Paper Hearts

The story takes you into two different worlds – one is a small bookshop and the other an historically ambiguous side story set in Stalin’s Russia, the...
Threads The Hope Theatre
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Threads

The stage reminds of a post-apocalyptic setting mixed with an untidy student room. The surreal number of cables spanning across furniture and the wall...
The Chemsex Monologues at The King's Head Theatre, London
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The Chemsex Monologues

This is an evening full of emotionally explosive monologues. The play starts off with tales of romantic and sexy encounters, but soon leaves you devas...
Kicked in the sh*tter 5 Stars By Leon Fleming The Hope Theatre
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Kicked in the Sh*tter

We don’t know where the play is taking place and we don’t know anybody’s name. But we don’t need to and you might not even notice until the end. The p...