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Iphigeneia in Tauris

The story goes, in most versions, that Iphigeneia, daughter of Agamemnon - leader of the Greek army against the Trojans - and Clytemnestra, Agamemnon’...
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Image of an Unknown Young Woman

Elinor Cook’s latest play is about the potential for social media to precipitate social upheaval. Set in a fictional conflict zone – with an oppressiv...
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The Initiate

The Initiate charts the journey of a Somali taxi driver living a London, and his attempts to negotiate with Somali pirates who have kidnapped a Britis...
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Until You Hear That Bell

Until You Hear That Bell is the first full length piece by Sean Mahoney, spoken word poet and alumnus of the Roundhouse poetry collective. It’s a shor...
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I and the Village

Theatre 503 is currently showing new play I and the Village by Silva Semerciyan which has been shortlisted for the Bruntwood Playwriting Prize.  The d...
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Face the Music

Sally Brooks. Remember that name. Roll it around your mouth and let it tap-dance across your tongue until it's indelibly etched upon your consciousnes...
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One Arm

The UK premier of One Arm fuses Tennessee Williams’ short story and unproduced screenplay, adapting the narrative for the stage. This is a bleak visio...
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Lungs

After pop-up windows, shops, markets and exhibitions, why not a pop-up theatre? The Roundabout, developed by the Paines Plough company, is a “pop-up, ...