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The Tree Climber

This classic Egyptian play is one of the many productions focusing on Arab culture as part of the Shubbak Festival that is taking place in London this...
2.0★★
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Lesere

Lacklustre and totally unsatisfying, Lesere fails to impress. Set in 1921, during the Interwar period, John and Jane Lesere have settled into an unexc...
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Alpha Beta

Ted Whitehead’s Alpha Beta is an intense and visceral play about an irretrievably damaged couple locked in a loveless marriage. Reminiscent of Doris L...
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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...