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Somewhere a Gunner Fires

The First World War has been widely portrayed as scenes of bloodshed or heroic acts in theatres and films. Nonetheless, Tom Stuchfield's Somewhere a G...
Catherine and Anita. Photo by Dave Walker
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Catherine and Anita

In the beginning, there is only one woman. But she is not alone. Sarah Roy’s powerful one-woman black comedy takes us through the childhood, adoles...
The Beauty And The Beast King’s Head Theatre
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Beauty and The Beast

The play might be based on a children’s movie, but it definitely is a show for adults. From second one, the cast captures the audience with a straight...
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Bridle

To be woman is to be assessed. Everywhere you turn, people expect things of you; things that, sometimes, you are unable to deliver. A long term partne...
The Chemsex Monologues at The King's Head Theatre, London
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The Chemsex Monologues

This is an evening full of emotionally explosive monologues. The play starts off with tales of romantic and sexy encounters, but soon leaves you devas...
Madam Butterfly - The Kings Head - Photo Christopher Tribble
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Madam Butterfly

The King’s Head theatre welcomes its audience into its intimate space, filled on this occasion with mesmerizingly emotional singing and acting. Stepha...
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Russian Dolls

Russian Dolls, winner of the Adrian Pagan award in 2015, is a tale of affection and female empowerment. Hilda, Stephanie Fayerman, a blind seventy-som...
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F*cking Men

“Don’t you know what ‘no’ means?” “It means that you’re a woman.” Joe DiPietro’s Fucking Men is based on Arthur Schnitzler’s 1900 Le Ronde, and exam...
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The State vs John Hayes

America shares the death penalty with countries such as China, Iran and North Korea. Lucy Roslyn explores this (as well as issues surrounding women’s ...
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Mrs. Roosevelt Flies to London

I’m dying. I know, and I don’t care. Seated underneath strings of antiqued red and white flags, the very edges of which looking homemade and worn, we ...