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MUSIK: The Billie Trix Story

Billie Trix is an outrageous character who emerged from the 2001 musical Closer to Heaven, a collaboration between Jonathan Harvey and the most succes...
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The Haystack

The Haystack is the first full-length play written by Al Blyth and it is a gripping thriller about the conflict between investigative journalism and t...
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The Death of England

This project began as a micro-play at the Royal Court in 2014 and now comes to the National Theatre at the same time ‘Albion’ returns elsewhere. It is...
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Albion

Playwright Mike Bartlett and director Rupert Goold collaborate again to bring Albion back to the Almeida, just a few years after it premiered there in...
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Autoreverse

Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) has a new director, Tarek Iskander, and he has launched a season called Going Global. If Autoreverse is a trailblazer for ...
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Cabaret

I encourage you to see this production of Kander and Ebb’s Cabaret, which presents the show pretty much as originally intended. When the show was firs...
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La Calisto

La Calisto is a bit of baroque soap opera – but with nymphs and satyrs rather than barmaids and hooligans. Francesco Cavalli wrote it for the Venice C...
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Persona

After a long period of closure the flexible creative spaces of Hammersmith’s Riverside Studios are open once more, though not yet complete. A wide, we...
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The Sugar Syndrome

This production is a revival of Lucy Prebble’s debut play from 2003. For those who only know her work through the grandly ambitious themes of ‘Enron’ ...