Lawrence After Arabia Hampstead Theatre
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Lawrence After Arabia

As the centenary of the Arab Revolt (1916-1918), it seems appropriate for writer Howard Brenton to bring the courageous tale of Capt. Thomas Edward La...
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Reasons to be Happy

Do you have what it takes to be happy? In Neil LaBute’s second addition to a triptych of romantic comedies, (the third, Reasons to be Pretty Happy, ha...
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Luna Gale

Approximately a quarter of a million children in the U.S. are placed out of their homes annually due to child abuse and neglect or risk of child maltr...
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Matchbox Theatre

From the opening pre-recorded, pre-show announcement, requesting that the audience members ‘turn on’ their mobile phones, Michael Frayn’s ‘Matchbox Th...
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Stevie

After its successful run at Chichester last year, the Hampstead Theatre is the second playhouse to host Christopher Morahan’s revival of Hugh Whitemor...
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Hello/Goodbye

Writer Peter Souter’s first play, Hello/Goodbye, was originally performed in the Downstairs venue of the Hampstead Theatre, but moved to the larger up...
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Tiger Country

Returning to the Hampstead Theatre for a second time after a sell-out run in 2011, Tiger Country is writer-director Nina Raine’s examination of the in...
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Seminar

A woman, Virginia Woolf famously wrote, must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction. Never has this been truer, suggests Theresa ...
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In the Vale of Health

Four separate plays. Four interlocking plays. The same play performed four ways. To assign In the Vale of Health a succinct description is a challe...
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Good People

This visceral, raw, compelling and mischievously funny and witty play, Good People, by the American playwright David Lindsay-Abaire, receives its Lond...