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Dark Vanilla Jungle

How do you explore a dysfunctional young life, moulded by a quest for love and security and the denial of those needs? How do you portray the conseque...
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The Husbands

Sharmila Chauhan’s new play at the Soho Theatre takes place in an imagined rural community in 21st Century India, where a once arid area of land has b...
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How To Be Immortal

Entering into a basement theater, set up like a café, a sense of comfort and connection is immediately established. A lone woman (Anna-Helena McLean) ...
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The One

Harry (Rufus Wright) and Jo (Phoebe Waller Bridge) are bored: bored of their sex life, bored of each other. Their relationship, which began as an exci...
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Smallholding

Chris Dunkley’s two-handed play for HighTide Festival Theatre premiered at the Nuffield Theatre in Southampton in April last year and tells the story ...
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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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Running on Empty

Running on Empty is performed by two dancers and a musician. It combines dance, music, songs and dialogue. The creative team includes a writer, a c...
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The Ugly Sisters

It is nearly a month since Christmas and the panto season has come to an end, but fear not boys and girls – the alternative version of Cinderella is t...
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Hag

Baba Yaga is a character drawn from mostly Eastern Slavic folk tradition – a woman with a rapacious appetite for human beings, especially children; in...
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Fleabag

I laughed for nearly an hour straight and left the theatre sad. There is something heart wrenching in Fleabag, this one-woman play written and perform...