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3.5★ ★ ★ (★)
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Orpheus and Eurydice

In the Greek myth, mired in grief at the death of his beloved wife Eurydice, Orpheus played and sang so mournfully that all the nymphs and deities wep...
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2.5★ ★ (★)
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Lear

Phil Willmott’s idea of casting a female Lear is a bold one, which works well on some levels. It confronts the maternal vacuum in Shakespeare’s play a...
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Patience, or Bunthorne’s Bride

Gilbert and Sullivan's Patience first saw the light of day at London’s Opera Comique on 23rd April, 1881 (moving to Richard D’Oyle Carte’s newly-const...
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3.0★ ★ ★
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Manual Oracle

Manual Oracle conceived, written and directed by Phoebe von Held is a result of her ‘artist in residence’ research period at King’s College London and...
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A Simple Space

Coming from Adelaide, Gravity and Other Myths is a multi-award winning ensemble of acrobats, neither big top clowns nor death defying stuntmen, but a ...
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4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Opus No 7

The Dmitry Krymov Lab has built a reputation around innovative theatre with a design-led focus, and Opus No 7 fits firmly within this vein. Split into...
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The Confessions of Gordon Brown

First performed at the Edinburgh Festival in 2013 and subsequently transferred to the Trafalgar Studios in Whitehall, this mordant political satire ma...