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Flames

In a tiny theatre in an unused railway arch, a thrilling psychological drama unfolds. Flames follows Meredith, who visits her fiancé Edmund’s grave on...
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Nirbhaya

Angry, stark, and with moments of startling beauty, Nirbhaya captivates from the moment the performers begin their slow walk to the stage. The work st...
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McQueen

Lee Alexander McQueen committed suicide in February 2010, the day before his mother’s funeral. In 2007, Isabella Blow, his friend and patron, committe...
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High Society

A rip-roaring, rambunctious work, High Society is a production that entertains the audience from its very first note. The decision to play it in the r...
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World Factory

Family game night meets theatre with a social conscience, World Factory combines audience participation, ensemble work and technology to provide a fas...
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Jersey Boys

One of the most successful of the compilation shows is Jersey Boys, telling the story of the Four Seasons, Frankie Valli and just about every song the...
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The Jew of Malta

The RSC has done a clever thing this summer by producing both The Jew of Malta and the play that it most famously inspired by its success, The Merchan...
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Love’s Sacrifice

Mostly I have found that neglected masterpieces turn out to be justly neglected; but sometimes not; and the RSC has found one that is most unjustly ne...
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The Glass Protégé

Dylan Costello’s ‘The Glass Protégé’ supposedly lifts the lid on the true relationships behind the scenes of the Hollywood film industry of the late 4...
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Arcadia

Tom Stoppard’s truly wonderful play, Arcadia, is something of a jigsaw puzzle and just as much a crossword puzzle. It is a contemplation of the develo...