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Rosmersholm

This play is a masterpiece that is rarely produced. Duncan Macmillan’s new adaptation of Ibsen’s Rosmersholm and Ian Rickson’s direction of stellar pe...
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Rite of Spring

I remember studying Nijinsky’s The Rite of Spring for my A Level Dance many years ago, and finding it both terrifying and hypnotic, the drama of Strav...
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Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four

This adaptation of a Sherlock Holmes classic is as straightforward as it gets. The whole play is refreshingly natural. Everything from the costumes to...
3.0★ ★ ★
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One Hundred Trillion

This event - which consists of four short plays, with linking spoken word, videos and artworks – grew out of preparations for an event in Dementia Awa...
2.0★ ★
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Amour

How the mind plays tricks. I remember both Marguerite, and The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, the last two Michel Legrand musicals to play in the West End, a...
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Twelfth Night

It’s always a pleasure to visit a theatre in London that I’ve not previously attended, and given that there are around 240, large and small, in the ca...
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Queereteria TV

Queereteria TV is the latest theatrical development in the life of Andy Bell’s melancholy and salacious stage persona Torsten. In this incarnation, we...
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Avalanche: A Love Story

A 90 minute monologue delivered by Maxine Peake against minimalist, yet poignant and dramatic mise-en-scène - Avalance is a personal quest familiar to...
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La Fiesta

In the best of flamenco you are drawn deeper and deeper into the emotional meaning of the piece through the stylised intensity of the dancing and the ...
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Man of La Mancha

Despite many successful revivals in the USA this musical has – incredibly – not been seen in London for fifty years. Of course there is one number – ‘...