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Dear Lupin

Dear Lupin’s stage adaptation of Roger Mortimer’s letters tells the story of a loving father and the struggles of coping with his wayward son. They pl...
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Crossing Jerusalem

In Crossing Jerusalem the action takes place over a 24hr period, as the Kaufmann family – as dysfunctional and secretive as they come – crosses reluct...
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La Boheme

Puccini’s tear-jerker masterpiece seems to hold a special appeal for companies who aim to present old classics in stripped down and modernised form. B...
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The Heresy of Love

The Heresy of Love is a brilliant new play by Helen Edmundson and has been skillfully staged by John Dove in what is a simple but powerful production....
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The Three Little Pigs

It isn’t everyday that you leave the theatre to the strain of your fellow audience members enthusiastically singing the songs of the show they’ve just...
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London Town – The Musical

Hackney Picturehouse has a varied programme of arts events on its top floor Hackney Attic. The programme features storytelling, poetry and music night...
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The Clown of Clowns

As part of their annual Grimeborn Opera Festival, the Arcola debuts what is undoubtedly the worst performance I have ever seen. You know what it's ...
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The Bald Soprano

This is a show that fizzes with ideas and enthusiasm. Written in 1950, The Bald Soprano is the first play of the French-Romanian playwright Eugene Ion...
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The Who’s: Tommy

The new production of Tommy which has just opened at The Greenwich Theatre, with its incredible choreography, simple staging, and triple-threat cast, ...