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Fatherland

A refreshing new play, Fatherland explores difficult relationship issues between fathers and sons, doing so through the creative use of humour, music,...
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4.48 Psychosis

“Behold the light of despair, the glare of anguish”. It is so difficult to know where to start with this extraordinary work by composer Philip Venable...
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The Plough and the Stars

Sean O’Casey’s 1926 play tells the story of the Easter Rising which had occurred a decade before; the figures that spearheaded this campaign were famo...
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The Seagull

Simon Stephens’s new version of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull is a vivid exploration of the depths of passion and of the forgotten moments in between. T...
2.0★ ★
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Terror

Premiering in Berlin in 2015, Ferdinand von Schirach's interactive courtroom drama Terror has been staged in seven countries and aired on television n...
2.0★ ★
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Seventeen

Matthew Whittet’s new play started life at the Belvoir Theatre, Sydney in 2015 and now transfers to London for a short season with a new and English c...
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4.48 Psychosis

This new opera emerges as one product of collaboration between the Royal Opera House and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, who have sponsored c...
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Herons

Fifteen years after its first release, Simon Stephen’s Herons has returned to the London stage. Thanks to Sean Holmes’ direction, the play has been re...