Ex MachinaRobert Lepage, 887 , Robert Lepage, image credit Eric Labbé
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A largely autobiographical piece is easy enough to turn out either boastful and boring or reproachful and equally boring, and yet Robert Lepage’s 887 ...
Chinglish Park Theatre
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Global trade deals and trade protectivism are dominating the news lately making David Henry Hwang’s Chinglish a timely piece of comedy to stage. China...
Euripides Laskaridis - Relic
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Relic from the Latin “relinquere,” which means “whatever is left behind”; a proof of existence – creative or destructive, soothing or traumatic, tangi...
Dewey Dell - Marzo mime 2017 Barbican
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Dewey Dell – Marzo

Marzo Dewey Dell ‘s  latest creation is a distinctive performance that attempts to blend dancing and Japanese Noh theatre with the manga structure and...
Deny, Deny, Deny Park Theatre
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Deny, Deny, Deny

Jonathan Maitland’s new work about doping is a topical drama that offers a clear, stripped-down even view of the world of professional sports. Jonatha...
Happy To Help, Park Theatre
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Happy To Help

What do you think; at this day and age do we live to work or work to live? Do we stand a chance against multinationals? Can we effect change? What abo...
The Quiet House Park Theatre
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The Quiet House

Jess and Dylan are married 5 years and their attempts to have a child have been unsuccessful so far. They will have to resort to cold science and petr...
Review Bill Clinton Hercules Park Theatre
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Bill Clinton Hercules

History says, Don't hope On this side of the grave, But then, once in a lifetime The longed-for tidal wave Of justice can rise up And hope and hi...