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Two for the Seesaw

Director of Two for the Seesaw Gary Condes summarises his play with three words: love, life and truth. Indeed, the theatre is very often the site for ...
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Falstaff

Verdi’s last opera is a two-fold miracle – of both economy and prodigality.  He started with the advantage of Boito’s superb libretto which strengthen...
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The Lehman Trilogy

Three brothers, in three acts, and spread over three generations: this is the pattern for Ben Power’s adaptation of Stefano Massini’s sprawling accoun...
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As You Like It

Regent Park’s Open Air Theatre production of As You Like It is an exhilarating evening out. The play is set in the forest-like atmosphere of Regent’s ...
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Don Giovanni

Amy Lane’s revival of Kasper Holten’s 2014 production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni is a fast-moving, modern journey into the mind of the eponymous hero. T...
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Circa’s Peepshow

Circa’s Peepshow is a whimsical combination of a circus performance and a comedy show, all of which is enhanced with its sensual nature. Playing for a...
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Imperium

The depth of our fascination with Julius Caesar may be gauged from the fact that not one but two modern words for an autocratic ruler ‒ Kaiser and Tsa...
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

The Faction’s version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a new and exciting take on Shakespeare’s classic comedy. While updating the text in terms of cos...
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The Turn of the Screw

Britten’s The Turn of the Screw was premiered as long ago as 1954, his first project after the relative failure of his coronation opera ‘Gloriana’. Bu...
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The Diana Tapes

The Diana Tapes provides an intimate picture of her attempt to tell her own story through a book. It is a respectful yet critical approach of telling ...