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Avenue Q

Having heard much about this Broadway and West End hit, and seemingly one of the few audience members here not to have seen it during previous runs, m...
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Northern Ballet – Mixed Programme

To start the programme with an exploration of the life and worship of the Shakers, and then to end it with a highly sensual dramatization of Adam and ...
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Hay Fever

Hay Fever is a comedy of manners set in the English country house of the Bliss family. Their eccentric and outrageous behaviour often humiliates and i...
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Death of a Salesman

Death of a Salesman is Arthur Miller’s masterpiece, a powerful modern tragedy which touches upon the issue of what makes one happy and what keeps a fa...
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The Pirates of Penzance

ENO have quite a happy relationship with Gilbert and Sullivan. Jonathan Miller’s production of The Mikado has been in the repertoire since 1987 (and i...
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Carrie – The Musical

Back in 1986, and fresh from a financially lucrative co-production with Cameron Mackintosh - a little known show whittled from a doorstep of a French ...
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The Lonely Soldier Monologues

Sometimes, in the ‘comment’ section of the more left-wing papers, an article will materialise about the damaging effects of war, or the difficulties t...
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My Children! My Africa!

Set in South Africa in 1985, Athol Fugard’s ‘My Children! My Africa!’ (1989) is all about divisions and oppositions: black and white, younger and olde...
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Ah, Wilderness!

Ah, Wilderness! is billed as a comedy, one of very few written by O’Neill, and it has tended to be held up as a contrast to his more doom-laden, harro...
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Blood

On the surface, Blood seems like a simple story: boy meets girl, they fall in love, their family tears them apart and they find some way, somehow, to ...