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Lorna Dallas “Stages”

“Priscilla Perfect” – that is the moniker attached to one of Lorna Dallas’ many roles on the stage, and while the first name does not suit her at all ...
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NYLON

Left unresolved, the past has a way of revealing its cracks, regardless of one's best efforts to keep them at bay. Nylon, a new play from esteemed ...
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Rambert2

Rambert2 is Rambert contemporary dance company’s electrifying new ensemble of early career dancers. In this show, which launches Rambert2’s inaugural ...
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Richard III

Served by a sumptuous cast and set, John Haidar’s production of Richard III brings an instant classic quality to Shakespeare’s blood-drenched conclusi...
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The Taming of the Shrew

Jo Clifford’s vital re-envisioning of The Taming of the Shrew examines the darker underbelly of current explorations of gender and sexuality. In an es...
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SIX

“Remember us from your GCSEs?” – Not like this we don’t. It would be great to see my old history teacher do a rendition of this though! The moral o...
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Then She Fell

Whether you are coming to New York for a visit or have lived here for years, do yourself a favor and head to Brooklyn to experience one of the most un...
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Baby Face

Katy Dye is absolutely unflinching in her one woman exposition of the tandem infantilisation and sexualisation of women in contemporary media and wide...
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The Cat in the Hat

The Cat in the Hat by Curve & Rose Theatre was a very good production and caused delight among the mostly very young audience.  Some of the childr...
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A Lesson from Aloes

Athol Fugard is a playwright of world status and he has written almost 40 plays now. This work dates from 1978 but it is set in Port Elizabeth in 1963...