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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 ...
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The Spalding Suite

Many hands and creative minds have gone into making The Spalding Suite the eclectic production it is. What makes this fact quite so remarkable is the ...
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The Verb, “To Love”

Boasting one of the oldest pub theatres in London, the Old Red Lion in Islington reaches out to the LGBT community, but this uplifting account of the ...
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Portia Coughlan

Boasting one of the oldest pub theatres in London, the Old Red Lion in bustling and trendy Islington usually fills its small auditorium with an apprec...
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A Mad World My Masters

The sleaze of 1950s Soho makes a surprisingly perfect backdrop for the Royal Shakespeare Company and English Touring Theatre's sexy and energetic A Ma...
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In The Dead of Night

Ever wondered what a classic Film Noir from the back end of the 1940's would have been like shorn of that bulwark against the licentiousness and sexua...
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The Merchant of Venice

The Globe's 'Justice' season opens with Shakespeare's most complex and difficult exploration of the theme, The Merchant of Venice. This production has...
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The Hard Problem

Tom Stoppard is one of Britain’s most prolific playwrights, and one of the few to have produced a new piece in every decade that the National Theatre ...
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Gypsy

If you feel like a trip back to the Broadway of 1959, you must definitely see the production of Gypsy that recently opened at the Savoy Theatre. Jonat...
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Bugsy Malone

Critics have been waiting with bated breath for the theatrical revival of Bugsy Malone, and the Lyric’s production delivers wonderfully, bringing a ro...