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The Day Shall Declare It

On the 4th floor of 35 Marylebone High Street, we enter Tennessee Williams’ America and watch a woman (Annie Saunders—also directed and performed in T...
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4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Cuckoo

Cuckoo is the last thing you would expect to find at a children's theatre: it's unashamedly sweary, full of drugs and alcohol and very, very noisy. Te...
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Lebensraum

Kicking off the London International Mime Festival at the Southbank is Lebensraum by Swedish-born theatre-maker Jakop Ahlbom, described as ‘a wordless...
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Fuerzabruta

Scholar Laura Marks described the haptic experience as brushing as near as possible to verbalizing a sensory experience in its fullest, most accurate ...
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Keepsake

American writer Gregory Bean has chosen London for the world premiere of Keepsake. Although a small scale production, performed by four actors in a fr...
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2.0★ ★
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Lost Boy

2014 marks the centenary of the First World War, a time of great change for Britain. Phil Willmott attempts to resurrect this sense of lost innocence ...
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The Dumb Waiter

In a dank, Birmingham basement, two hitmen, Ben and Gus, wait with ever increasing boredom, frustration and anxiety for orders of their next job. Afte...
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3.0★ ★ ★
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Dorothea’s Story

Middlemarch, considered by many to be George Eliot’s masterpiece, is a very long novel, crowded with incident, characters and themes. It is in overall...
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Blood Wedding

Lorca’s 1932 play entices us into a world of feuding families, high passion, and warm-hearted yet poignant and painful connection with the elemental f...