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Camera Lucida

Camera Lucida is a production developed by the cabaret performer Dickie Beau, winner of this year’s Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust. It explores t...
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The Wild Duck

Belvoir Sydney's The Wild Duck is a lot like an archaeological dig. Bear with me on this. Simon Stone and Chris Ryan have taken their shovels to the f...
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Ubu Roi

Although Alfred Jarry’s Ubu Roi is a 19th century play it resonates as strongly with our present day as it did during its author’s lifetime. A story a...
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Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget at the Barbican is an inspired thematic programme to mark the centenary of the WW1, but it’s also a good deal more than this. Through t...
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Inner Voices (Le voci di dentro)

A bare, white stage, clinically in its simplicity, is the arena for Toni Sevillo’s production of Inner Voices. The play tells the story of Alberto Sap...
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Opus

The Barbican is once again stretching boundaries and blurring genres while hosting Opus, a collaborative production devised by Circa and the Debussy S...