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Fuck You Pay Me

Fuck You Pay Me is a show made for strippers, by strippers with the aim of challenging our perception of their work. It brings to light the challenges...
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Death of a Salesman

Arthur Miller’s classic American play, focusing on the harshness of living in a dog-eat-dog capitalist society, receives fresh treatment from Elliot a...
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Small Island

In this adaptation of Andrea Levy’s 2004 novel about the Windrush generation, the trials faced by native Jamaicans migrating to post-war Britain is ex...
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Henry V

The Globe’s new production of Henry V certainly reminds us of how relevant Shakespeare’s play is today. At a time where war is still taking ...
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HENRY IV PART ONE

In the programme notes, Artistic Director Michelle Terry, and the dual directors Sarah Bedi and Federay Holmes, place great emphasis on what they rega...
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Rosmersholm

This play is a masterpiece that is rarely produced. Duncan Macmillan’s new adaptation of Ibsen’s Rosmersholm and Ian Rickson’s direction of stellar pe...
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Rite of Spring

I remember studying Nijinsky’s The Rite of Spring for my A Level Dance many years ago, and finding it both terrifying and hypnotic, the drama of Strav...
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Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four

This adaptation of a Sherlock Holmes classic is as straightforward as it gets. The whole play is refreshingly natural. Everything from the costumes to...
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One Hundred Trillion

This event - which consists of four short plays, with linking spoken word, videos and artworks – grew out of preparations for an event in Dementia Awa...