Version 2.0 Leicester Square Theatre, London (c) Peter Barsony
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Version 2.0

Keats wrote that the poet is the most unpoetical of any thing in existence; he or she inhabits many lives but is without native identity. To build a p...
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Ovo

The show starts off with some classic Cirque du Soleil performer spectator interaction. If, like most here, you've been visiting the Royal Albert Hall...
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There or Here

There or Here is produced by the same team behind the hit 2013 show Yellow Face. This production tells the story of an American couple’s struggle to h...
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Again

The smaller of the two stages at Trafalgar Studios provides a comfortable, intimate setting, ideal for the meaningful exploration of domestic family l...
Girls and Boys
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Girls and Boys

I could describe Carey Mulligan’s performance in Girls and Boys as enthralling, unstoppable, a tour de force. But that rhetoric misses the mark. Mulli...
Hear me raw Arcola Theatre
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Hear Me Raw

The pangs of dangerously subtle self-loathing that go along with pretty much every Instagram browse are something that I am conscious and mindful of e...
ENO Iolanthe 2018 - c-Clive-Barda
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Iolanthe

Forget Hamilton. There’s a new ‘hot ticket’ in town, and it is, of all things, Iolanthe at the ENO! Appearing as fresh, glittering, and risqué as a...
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Pluto

The overwhelming sentiment when I left the Barbican after seeing ‘Pluto’ was: “This was amazing but I am exhausted!”. I would definitely recommend it ...
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Carmen

If you have any preconceptions of Carmen or, in fact, the entire discipline of opera you shall find them completely misplaced in relation to Kosky’s a...
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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...