Little Bulb - Extravaganza Macabre @ Battersea Arts Centre
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Extravaganza Macabre

What is the plural of euphonium? I never imagined I’d need to know, but Little Bulb Theatre’s show Extravaganza Macabre, which inaugurates Battersea A...
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Wail

Wail is a product of the Big Ideas project, run by Nuffield Theatre - which pairs artists with academics in the hope of nurturing creative responses t...
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Song of Riots

Song of Riots is truly ‘the story of kingdoms lost and won’: written by Lucy Maycock, it follows Lucasz, the only son of a Polish single mother, and a...
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Until You Hear That Bell

Until You Hear That Bell is the first full length piece by Sean Mahoney, spoken word poet and alumnus of the Roundhouse poetry collective. It’s a shor...
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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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Ballad of the Burning Star

Theatre Ad Infinitum's new show deals with the theme of Israel's relationship to Jewish history and the current situation in the occupied territories....
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I Wish I Was Lonely

Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe's new immersive spoken word piece concerns the issue of communication technology and its impact upon how we behave...
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The Many Apologies Of Pecos Bill

Fresh, short and engaging, with humour rippling through – Greg Wohead’s monologue show (plus musical accompanist) is just the sort of show you want to...