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Choose Your Own Documentary

Choose Your Own Documentary began when self-confessed obsessive Nathan Penlington bought a job lot of children's books on eBay: 106, to be precise, fo...
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Raving

Actor-turned-writer Simon Paisley Day plays it safe with his new comedy Raving, focusing on three couples as they spend a disastrous weekend together ...
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Hidden in the Sand

A love story divided between London and Cyprus is haunted by ghosts from the past in James Phillips’ new play Hidden in the Sand. A lot of research ha...
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The Light Princess

George Macdonald's Victorian fairytale The Light Princess is given a twenty first century makeover in the National Theatre's latest venture into the w...
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Roots

Beautiful young dreamer Beatie Bryant (Jessica Raine) goes back to her Roots in James Macdonald's revival of Arnold Wesker's kitchen sink drama. This ...
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Macbeth

Under Nick Hastings' direction, Shakespeare's tragedy of backstabbing and power struggles is dragged down from Scotland and dropped (rather unceremoni...
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Scenes from a Marriage

A little bit of context helps to appreciate the impact of Ingmar Bergman's Scenes from a Marriage. It began as a TV drama in 1970s Sweden where it was...