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Clutch

The Studio at the Bush Theatre currently hosts an hour-long two-hander devoted to driving lessons. Or so it appears. Two car seats, a gear stick and a...
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The Snail House

Richard Eyre’s much anticipated original play tries incredibly hard to be of the time but sadly lacks the nuance to do so without the aid of sweeping ...
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Love All

“Umpire, you can’t be serious!”  Well, Dorothy L. Sayers was being rather serious when she wrote Love All, which premiered in 1940.  It is not actuall...
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The Clinic

When one article in the programme is about "racial inequalities in the NHS", and the other one is titled "class and the black community: it's complica...
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Doctor Faustus

Would you make a deal with the devil to trade 24 years of fun for an eternity of torment? That is the question at the heart of Marlowe’s play that exp...
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Who Killed My Father

Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Celine Dion make special appearances (via sound and a television set) in "Who killed my father", but it is still ...
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Antigone

The season at Regent’s Park closes with a reworking of Sophocles’ Antigone by Inua Ellams. The framework of key familial relationships in the original...
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Trump L’oeil

Donald Trump is an enigma, and rich material for a musical. There have been many attempts to stage his personality, affects, etc in drama, film and mu...