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It’s A Wonderful Life

The 1946 Frank Capra film ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ was not a success when new, but has since become an indispensable part of Christmas, adapted success...
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Dinner with Groucho

This new play by Frank McGuinness began life in Ireland to mark the twentieth anniversary of the b*spoke theatre company, and now it travels to Belfas...
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The Rocky Horror Show

The programme for this show is rather unusual.  It contains photographs of the actors along with their CVs, as well as the names and CVs of the princi...
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Alcina

On the face of it, Handel operas should not work. Bafflingly complicated plots and a long series of ‘Da Capo’ arias where the opening section repeats ...
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Life’s a Drag

A young woman bounces onto the stage full of energy and dances her heart out. From then on, this one-women show takes off and keeps its momentum throu...
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Diana: The Untold and Untrue Story

Diana: The Untold and Untrue story is a comedy which combines multimedia and puppetry. The show also relies on audience interaction, meaning the show ...
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MSND

For sixteen years now Intermission Youth Theatre has done what theatre at its best should always do – change lives. Under the inspiring leadership of ...
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HERE

With a nod to the ‘kitchen-sink dramas’ of the 1960s, Here is set in a dreary kitchen somewhere in the West Midlands, a setting for family arguments a...
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Opera Triple Bill

The Guildhall School has in recent years revived many one-act operas – a strategy that ensures as many roles as possible for the students and introduc...
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The Rape of Lucretia

This version of The Rape of Lucretia, co-produced by The Royal Opera and Britten Pears Arts provides a compelling evening at the Linbury Theatre. The ...