The MF with the Hat, credit John Johnston
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The Motherf**ker with the Hat

It’s not all good or bad. The last few months have proven to be an anxious time for regional theatres across the UK, with increasingly tight budgets, ...
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Two women share their last meal while waiting for the world to come to an end. Bread balances a tender portrayal of the duo’s relationship with a stro...
Sherman Theatre The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov A re-imagining by Gary Owen Director Rachel O'Riordan
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The Cherry Orchard

Gary Owen’s new vision of The Cherry Orchard brilliantly translates Chekhov’s portrayal of pre-revolutionary Russia into a bittersweet evocation of in...
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Meet me at Dawn

In this rewriting of the Greek myth of Eurydice and Orpheus, the poet who attempted to bring the woman he loved back from the dead...
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With this new production of Rhinoceros, Zinnie Harris and Turkish director Murat Daltaban reaffirm the political potency of Ionesco’s fable...
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How to Act

In this new creation, Graham Eatough revisits tragedy and the ancestral roots of theatre to weave a compelling exploration of conflict and domination...
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Ever Never

In Taiwanese company Co-coism’s Ever Never, five actors, seated in an aircraft, seamlessly wander from one identity, place, and era to another.
Ubu Roi Hi Ludens Ensemble
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Ubu Roi

First performed last year at the Hidden Doors Festival, Ludens Ensemble’s Ubu Roi is an unabashedly chaotic romp.