England

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Stones In His Pockets

Stones in his Pockets is a wonderful example of Brecht’s “alienation effect” working as it should. Two men: one short, one tall; one chubby, one lanky...
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Blood Wedding

Lorca’s 1932 play entices us into a world of feuding families, high passion, and warm-hearted yet poignant and painful connection with the elemental f...
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Titus Andronicus

Shakespeare’s ‘Titus Andronicus’ is a tough task for any theatre troupe to take on. Written at a time when theatrical gore was extremely fashionable, ...
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The Disappearance of Sadie Jones

Developed through residencies at Beaford Arts, Camden People’s Theatre and the Bike Shed Theatre, The Disappearance of Sadie Jones charts the mental l...
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Blood + Chocolate

Blood + Chocolate is York’s reaction to the First World War: the call up, women’s work in the local chocolate factories, and Quaker conscientious obje...
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Educating Rita

Educating Rita follows a hairdresser in her search for knowledge and meaning; her desire to break free from a working-class background and from the pe...
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See How They Run

York’s production of Philip King’s wartime comedy is rarely ‘laugh out loud’ funny, but provides an enjoyable evening of jokes about mistaken identiti...