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Black Eggs (Αυγά Μαύρα)

The war is never over, when it officially ends. The trauma often haunts its survivors for the rest of their lives – especially those who were hatched ...
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The Velveteen Rabbit

The Velveteen Rabbit was written by Margery Williams in 1922; it’s the touching story of a boy and his toy rabbit and how the transformative power of ...
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I Can’t Sing!

There's a brilliantly excoriating satire to be written on the get-rich-quick-without-doing-the-leg-work world of 'Talent Show Television', and in part...
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Bitch Boxer

Women were allowed compete in boxing in the Olympics for the first time in 2012. Around the same time, writer, Charlotte Josephine, felt her individua...
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Dark Vanilla Jungle

How do you explore a dysfunctional young life, moulded by a quest for love and security and the denial of those needs? How do you portray the conseque...
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Inner Voices (Le voci di dentro)

A bare, white stage, clinically in its simplicity, is the arena for Toni Sevillo’s production of Inner Voices. The play tells the story of Alberto Sap...
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Father Nandru and the Wolves

Wilton's Music Hall is proud to call itself 'The City's Hidden Stage' and rightly so - this unique theatre is tucked away just minutes from Tower Brid...
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Other Desert Cities

The Old Vic has been transformed for Other Desert Cities; the stalls have been stripped out and rebuilt, the stage dragged forwards, and scaffolding e...