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Phoenix Rising

Phoenix Rising: The Young D. H. Lawrence originally came into existence in 1985, as Kay and Slack (then a young drama student) bonded over their Notti...
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Macbeth

In this stripped-back, deeply psychological production of Macbeth, the stage is dark and hung with criss-crossing trapeze wires – a questionable move,...
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The Tempest

Krzysztof Garbaczewski’s adaptation of The Tempest is daring: it questions what is the best way to perform Shakespeare, and challenges sexual and gend...
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Julius Caesar

Sturua’s Julius Caesar sees the action of the play transferred from Ancient Rome to gangster-era America, with the senators dressed in suits and fedor...
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Hamlet: Who’s There?

Hamlet is usually considered to be Shakespeare’s longest play, with the full text taking about five hours to perform. It’s not unusual, then, for dire...
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Bacchae

  Euripides’ Bacchae is a celebration of the exotic and ecstatic: it makes us face the darker parts of humanity, and question what it means to...
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Every Brilliant Thing

Poignant, funny, serious, naive, sophisticated... Every Brilliant Thing is an outstanding piece of theatre. The venue, a pop-up theatre that is assemb...
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Flames

In a tiny theatre in an unused railway arch, a thrilling psychological drama unfolds. Flames follows Meredith, who visits her fiancé Edmund’s grave on...