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Cuzco

Cuzco is a deceptively simple play about a couple on holiday in South America. Translated beautifully from the original Spanish, it touches on themes ...
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Gecko: The Wedding

Renowned physical theatre company Gecko marks its debut at the Barbican with “The Wedding” as part of the line-up for this year’s London International...
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La Traviata

Richard Eyre’s version of La Traviata is exquisite – striking the perfect balance between opulence and sensitivity. The sheer brilliance and complexit...
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Anywhere

Anywhere is the UK debut of the young and exciting French company Le Théâtre de L’Entrouvert. The founders of the company - and performers...
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Thriller Live

Upfront, the performers of Thriller Live display incredible dedication and it is clear that there are hundreds of hours of training behind moves that ...
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Violet

For a musical that addresses serious issues ranging from disfiguration to race, Violet is peculiarly up-lifting. Its exuberant soundtrack is a dynamic...
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Outlying Islands

A rather underwhelming revival of David Greig’s social drama. The philosophical questions addressed in the play are dealt with at a very shallow level...
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Songs For Nobodies

To call this “a one-woman show” would not do it justice. There is only one woman on the stage (and an excellent little three-piece band, barely visibl...
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Coming Clean

The West End transfer of Kevin Elyot’s Coming Clean intimately explores the collapse of a gay couple’s seemingly perfect relationship of five years. S...
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Intronauts

In the not-too-distant future, if you have an itch you only have to ask your Intronaut to scratch it…internally. Nose blocked? Not enough fibres in yo...