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Trick or Treat

One fateful Halloween night, in an idyllic little living room like something out of a sitcom, all is not as it seems. This sounds like the beginnin...
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Alone It Stands

Famous American sports announcer Howard Cosell once quipped, "The importance that our society attaches to sport is incredible. After all, is football ...
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Doctor Dolittle

There are many things about this production of Doctor Dolittle that are delightful and I was in the company of many children when I saw it, children w...
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Outlying Islands

A rather underwhelming revival of David Greig’s social drama. The philosophical questions addressed in the play are dealt with at a very shallow level...
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Waltz of the Hommelettes

Waltz of the Hommelettes is a truly imaginative blend of puppetry, shadow theatre, and mask. It is loosely based on The Elves by the B...
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Songs For Nobodies

To call this “a one-woman show” would not do it justice. There is only one woman on the stage (and an excellent little three-piece band, barely visibl...
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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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Coming Clean

The West End transfer of Kevin Elyot’s Coming Clean intimately explores the collapse of a gay couple’s seemingly perfect relationship of five years. S...
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Intronauts

In the not-too-distant future, if you have an itch you only have to ask your Intronaut to scratch it…internally. Nose blocked? Not enough fibres in yo...
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Salomé

In 2014 pianist András Schiff wrote: “What is it with directors? Why is it that most directors find it so hard to fade into the background and stand i...