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Carmen

Carmen the opera, as well as Carmen the character, have been throughout the years unique sources for reimagined versions across all art forms and medi...
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Peter Gynt

A dark vein of humour runs through a modernized Peter Gynt at the National Theatre as our hot-headed 22-year-old main character fantasizes his way thr...
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Dark Sublime

Dark Sublime is a fictional British sci-fi TV series that ran on from 1979 to ‘81. It parodies Doctor Who and Star Trek by featuring tropes like time ...
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Captain Corelli’s Mandolin

This is definitely a play of two halves and one where – frankly – they are lucky I stayed past the interval to see what they were actually capable of....
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Jellyfish

Jellyfish is a straightforward play which I find strangely difficult to describe. What’s it about? Well, it’s about relationships, it’s about letting ...
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A company celebrating it’s 15th year touring Shakespeare around the country’s stately homes and gardens, The Lord Chamberlain's Men bring A Midsummer ...
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

On a warm July night, in a city where at that very moment the same play is being performed at least thrice over, Dominic Hill’s atmospheric take on A ...
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Noises Off

Michael Frayn's Noises Off this week returns to it’s home at the Lyric Hammersmith after a break of 37 years. The Lyric has itself changed in that tim...
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Noye’s Fludde

“An epic feat of outreach” are the words used by Lily Einhorn who produced this marvellous version of Noye’s Fludde as a joint enterprise for English ...
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Woman SRSLY 7

After my first Woman SRSLY showcase last year, it’s fantastic to see how the platform has retained its friendly community feel, continued to be bold a...