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Nativity! The Musical

My first description of Nativity! The Musical, if I had to give a fifteen second elevator pitch, would be to say this: Monty Python meets St Trinian’s...
3.0★ ★ ★
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The Capital

Birmingham theatre company Stan’s Cafe’s new show The Capital explores five lives crossing paths. They meet as they search for very different goals in...
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The Messiah

The Messiah by Patrick Barlow tells the story of a playwright, Maurice Rose (Hugh Dennis). Rose is joined on stage by his bumbling counterpart, Ronald...
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Stuff

‘Stuff’, ‘Women and Theatre’s’ devised exploration of hoarding disorder, opens with a snapshot of isolation. Piles of boxes and possessions sit in the...
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All You Need is LSD

‘All You Need is LSD’ tells the story of the invention of LSD and also of Leo Butlers experiences as a participant on Professor David Nutt’s LSD medic...
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Woyzeck

Woyzeck is a combination of theatre, dance, fun and fear. The striking story matches up to the design as the audience are transported to a world fuell...
This House _credit Johan Persson
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This House

‘This House’ tells the story of the 1974 - 79 Labour minority government, through the offices of both the Government and the Opposition whips. This er...
Brighton Rock York Theatre Royal Photo Karl Andre
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Brighton Rock

Graham Greene’s Brighton Rock is a story of deceit, betrayal, violence and the tragic, notably human, desire for love. Bryony Lavery takes Greene’s no...
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Leaving

Leaving is a verbatim performance sharing real stories of young people who have experience being in care, those who have left care or those working in...
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The Kite Runner

Khaled Hosseini’s novel rightfully received widespread acclaim, spending two years as a New York Times bestseller, selling over seven million copies i...