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How To Be Immortal

Entering into a basement theater, set up like a café, a sense of comfort and connection is immediately established. A lone woman (Anna-Helena McLean) ...
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3.0★ ★ ★
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The Mistress Cycle

It's a curious place, The Landor. On the one hand this little powerhouse of a theatre above a pub a couple of minutes away from Clapham North undergro...
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3.5★ ★ ★
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Each of us

In the definition of a hole in the wall theater (I think I spent more time trying to find the place than watching the show), comes Ben Moor’s one-man ...
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Ballad of the Burning Star

Theatre Ad Infinitum's new show deals with the theme of Israel's relationship to Jewish history and the current situation in the occupied territories....
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3.0★ ★ ★
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Rachael’s Café

Bloomington Indiananow has at least two claims to fame. It is the setting for “Breaking Away”, the wonderful and underrated film by Peter Yates, and i...
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2.0★ ★
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Trainspotting

Trainspotting (1993) is the first novel of Irvine Welsh, in the form of short stories collection, revolving around a group of heroin addicts and their...
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Orlando

A bubbly bunch of fresh, fun actors and Max Webster’s beautiful production add up to an absolute treat at the Royal Exchange Theatre. It’s light, musi...
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I Wish I Was Lonely

Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe's new immersive spoken word piece concerns the issue of communication technology and its impact upon how we behave...
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The Full Monty

You turn if you want to. The lady's not for turning.  Margaret Thatcher’s steely voice reverberates through the Noël Coward Theatre and the set is,...