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The Tempest

The Tempest is one of Shakespeare’s best-loved plays, and once again the tiny Jermyn Street Theatre has proved that small can be beautiful and the ver...
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Bin Juice

“Some jobs require getting your hands a little dirty... ” Located underneath Waterloo Station and preceded by a tunnel full of flamboyant and colou...
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The Red Shoes

It takes more than a spot of Coronavirus to keep the crowds away from the New Wimbledon Theatre. There were few empty seats on the opening night of th...
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Not Quite Jerusalem

40 years since the original production, Finborough Theatre revives Paul Kember’s 1980 play Not Quite Jerusalem. It’s set in 1979 and looks at what it ...
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The Revenger’s Tragedy

Cheek by Jowl’s latest venture into the world of Shakespeare and his contemporaries take the form of a modern-dress, Italian-language version of the m...
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The Mikvah Project

The sheer length of a play is often no guide to the emotional sense of time passing: some short plays drag and others leave you wishing them longer. T...
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The Cat and the Canary

John Willard’s 1921 comedy thriller, The Cat and The Canary, comes back to the stage this year in a tour by The Classic Thriller Theatre Company. Prem...
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Leopoldstadt

Rather like Polanski’s Chinatown, this play is something of a misnomer. Just as hardly any of that famous film takes place in the Chinatown of Los Ang...
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Corpse!

A ”brilliant comedy thriller”, according to the New York Post. So it says on the programme, and I don’t mind borrowing that accolade. Just around the ...
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Am I Happy Yet?

This intriguing one-man show is about identity, anxiety, and self-confidence. Through the medium of a brief series of snapshots of a young man’s life,...