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Asking Rembrandt

What does someone ask for when they commission art? Something beautiful, a status symbol, an artist’s ‘vision’? And how does the money and expectation...
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Studying Hamlet

Performed in a church in Shoreditch, with the audience sitting on pews only feet from the actors, this is an innovative and intimate exploration of Ha...
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Absent Friends

Absent Friends explores women, marriage and the notion of true happiness in the play.  It is set in the safe vicinity of a domestic home decorated in ...
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La Traviata

It’s hard to come to a conclusion about a production with such incredible strengths and such embarrassing weaknesses. Remember Oscar-winning Russel...
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Luna Gale

Approximately a quarter of a million children in the U.S. are placed out of their homes annually due to child abuse and neglect or risk of child maltr...
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Chef

Every so often a play comes along that ticks all the boxes; script, acting, set and story come together in perfect harmony to create a performance tha...
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The Pyramid Texts

As one of London’s most vibrant venues for new writing and comedy Soho Theatre has carved out a niche as a high profile, and achingly cool, central fr...
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hang

Debbie Tucker Green's tense and ruthless new play hang is a study of motherhood, the human desire for revenge, the justice system and capital punishme...