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Little Shop of Horrors

After the original highest-grossing Off-Broadway black-comedy musical in 1982, Little Shop of Horrors returns to the stage with a huge success. Set in...
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The Simon and Garfunkel Story

Known for their vocal harmony and poetic lyrics that captured the sentiments of tumultuous times in America, the ‘Rock and Roll Hall of Famers’ Paul S...
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Two for the Seesaw

Director of Two for the Seesaw Gary Condes summarises his play with three words: love, life and truth. Indeed, the theatre is very often the site for ...
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La Boheme

More than a century after it was first premiered in 1896, La Bohème remains a timeless ode to love. Written by Giacomo Puccini who was crowned by musi...
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Foul Pages

Foul Pages is no ordinary Shakespeare’s play. Instead of watching As You Like It itself, the audience is transported back to 1603 to witness Shakespea...
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Somewhere a Gunner Fires

The First World War has been widely portrayed as scenes of bloodshed or heroic acts in theatres and films. Nonetheless, Tom Stuchfield's Somewhere a G...
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Catherine and Anita

In the beginning, there is only one woman. But she is not alone. Sarah Roy’s powerful one-woman black comedy takes us through the childhood, adoles...