My Mother Said I Never Should St James Theatre
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My Mother Said I Never Should

This is the first London-based production of My Mother Said I Never Should since its initial run at the Royal Court nearly thirty years ago. In that p...
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Consensual

It’s a bold thing to take the subject of sex between a teacher and a minor, a topic we only ever see through the comfortingly reductive moral lens o...
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Hookup

Hookup is the latest play from Outbox, a theatre company who specialise in telling unheard stories from the LGBT community. The format is a series of ...
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My Eyes Went Dark

Dark, in the case of this play, is the operative word. The set is a single spartan strip of obsidian black matting in the middle of the theatre; the t...
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Until You Hear That Bell

Until You Hear That Bell is the first full length piece by Sean Mahoney, spoken word poet and alumnus of the Roundhouse poetry collective. It’s a sh...
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The Dinner

Raúl Quirós Molina’s three-character play The Dinner is a study of greed, corruption and desperation, taking its inspiration from the grubby back ...
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Tree

What are you doing up there mate? asks Tim Key’s character in the opening few minutes of Tree. Minutes earlier we see him arrive for a picnic date ...
The Liz and Dick Show
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The Liz and Dick Show

A two-character play is always an exercise in basic chemistry.Two elements, with the script as catalyst. Without the camouflage of supporting roles a...
Tiger Country
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Tiger Country

Returning to the Hampstead Theatre for a second time after a sell-out run in 2011, Tiger Country is writer-director Nina Raine’s examination of the ...