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Beirut

The play is a dystopian sci-fi drama written in the eighties, just after it was found that AIDS might be sexually transmitted. It is placed in a near ...
Pressure Park Theatre, London -Photo-by-Robert-Day
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Pressure

If you are a bit of a history buff “Pressure” is the perfect theatre night out. Swift-paced and original, it goes beyond the usual Churchill-centred o...
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A Princess Undone

I’m a fly on the wall in a regal living room with cream coloured chairs and a lavish fire place. There’s a picture of the Queen mother lying face down...
A Passage to India Park Theatre
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A Passage to India

Dormandy’s adaptation of E M Forster’s novel is provocative in its attention to colonial relations between British and Indian individuals; the play sh...
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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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Rothschild & Sons

‘I’m reviewing a Bock and Harnick show at The Park Theatre. I’ve got a spare ticket. Want to come? It’s about – ’ ‘Bock and Harnick? Oh, I just love ...
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The Retreat

If you are planning to buy tickets for Park Theatre’s The Retreat hoping to be educated on the merits or demerits of Buddhism you will be disappointed...
What Shadows Birmingham Rep _credit Mihaela Bodlovic
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What Shadows

Towards the end of the swinging 60s, in Birmingham in 1968, a local Member of Parliament gave a speech, which caused a storm that echoes to this day. ...
Twilight Song - Kevin Elyot - Park Theatre
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Twilight Song

Kevin Elyot’s final play is receiving its premiere in Park Theatre a few years after the writer’s death. It is set in London, in a Victorian villa, it...
Madame Rubinstein at Park Theatre. Photo by Simon Annand
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Madame Rubinstein

There are no ugly women, only lazy ones. This is according to Helena Rubinstein, whose reputed tumultuous rivalry with Elizabeth Arden, as well as her...