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The House of Mirrors and Hearts

Through a glass darkly might describe the viewer’s experience of this odd but powerful piece, which is getting its world première at one of London’s l...
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4.48 Psychosis

To enter the crypt where this play is staged, the audience must first push past obstacles in the entrance - although they are light and easily-moved, ...
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Every Brilliant Thing

Poignant, funny, serious, naive, sophisticated... Every Brilliant Thing is an outstanding piece of theatre. The venue, a pop-up theatre that is assemb...
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The Importance of Being Earnest

A coat of arms emblazoned with the Latin motto ‘Veritas Victrix Estis’ looms over the indoor scenes of Adrian Noble’s production of The Importance of ...
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Orson’s Shadow

Where does one start with this hero of a production? Under the steady direction of Alice Hamilton it achieves so much in just over two hours that it i...
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As Is

There are those rare occasions when wonderfully and magically everything comes together in the theatre: director, cast, lighting, set, sound, everyone...
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Measure for Measure

Tragedy and comedy rub up against one another in Dominic Dromgoole’s Measure for Measure: his final production as Artistic Director at the Globe. M...
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The Dreamers

To mark the centenary of the Battle of Gallipoli, Runner Bean Productions presents The Dreamers, a show that sells itself as a musical but is actually...
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Bird Song

Bird Song is the story of Stephen Wraysford between 1910-1914 during the First World War. It recounts his stay with a wealthy benefactor, his secret a...