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Hetain Patel — American Boy

If you love nothing more than watching impressions of iconic American films, listening to a vast range of American accents, and holding your breath as...
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Paradise Lost

Stammering through his introduction, Ben Duke announces that he is going to dance Milton's 'Paradise Lost'. It's a bold claim to make. The audience se...
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The Taming of the Shrew

The Taming of the Shrew is no stranger to adaptation - the 1960s film starring Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor has become a Hollywood classic, as ...
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Carmen

One of the best loved and most played operas in the repertoire, there is an argument for taking new looks at Bizet’s Carmen. Calixto Bieito has set it...
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Gods Are Fallen

Gods Are Fallen is a play about a mother and daughter relationship. Something like Beckett’s Play, it explores the conceit of repetition – in this cas...
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Flames

In a tiny theatre in an unused railway arch, a thrilling psychological drama unfolds. Flames follows Meredith, who visits her fiancé Edmund’s grave on...
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Nirbhaya

Angry, stark, and with moments of startling beauty, Nirbhaya captivates from the moment the performers begin their slow walk to the stage. The work st...
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The Flannelettes

The decline of the North of England (post-Thatcher) is a theme that has been well examined in various films, plays and musicals over the past few deca...