The Exorcist at Birmingham Repertory Theatre
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The Exorcist

The Exorcist is hailed as being the originator of the mainstream horror genre: whether it be the 1971 novel, or the subsequent 1973 film. In John Piel...
Sleepwalk Collective's Domestica, Birmingham Repertory Theatre
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Sleepwalk Collective's Domestica is a hard hitting and monumentally epic take on a renegotiation with classical art. This classical art, in their own ...
Staring Out at Birmingham Repertory
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Starting Out

Starting Out is a showcase of five new short plays by women, for women. They tell of the struggles faced in the austerity age, and women are sidelined...
The Shawshank Redemption, Curve, Leicester
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Shawshank Redemption

Gary McCann creates an open, but barren Shawshank Penitentiary, allowing male relationships and human fragility to take centre stage in this adaptatio...
The Rover RSC_2016
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The Rover

Aphra Behn lived a tumultuous life. She was a poet, translator, novelist, playwright, and, briefly, a spy. She was a feminist who embraced a rock and ...
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Dead Sheep

As the Conservative Party Conference prepares to arrive at Birmingham this weekend, Jonathan Maitland’s Dead Sheep, which recounts the events of Geoff...
The Two Noble Kinsmen by RSC
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The Two Noble Kinsmen

The authorship of The Two Noble Kinsmen is one of Shakespeare experts favourite topics of discussion. The consensus now is that John Fletcher and Will...
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Unlike the recent Barbican production, Simon Godwin creates a Hamlet fit for the 21st Century. The transformation of Shakespeare’s revenge tragedy to ...