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The Fall

Divided into three parts with different groups of actors, "The Fall" is a daring and controversial new play by the National Youth Theatre, rich in bo...
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Bananaman – The Musical

The month or so from about half way through December to half way through January is an important time for theatres, for this is the period when people...
Mother Courage And Her Children Southwark Playhouse
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Mother Courage And Her Children

Bertolt Brecht, an exiled German playwright, wrote Mother Courage in 1939 at the height of the Second World War. The play follows Mother Courage who r...
A Day by the Sea Two’s Company Southwark Playhouse
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A Day by the Sea

In his 1950s heyday, N.C. Hunter was known as the ‘English Chekov’. His gentle comedic dramas were performed by actors from John Gielgud to Vanessa Re...
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Osmo is the monologue of a serial killer, written by Brazil’s leading female writer Hilda Hilst. The play becomes at no point pornography of violence,...
(c) Alex Brenner CASA Festival 2017 - Otelo by Viajeinmovil @ Southwark Playhouse
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Otelo is a highlighting of Desdemona’s murder in Shakespeare’s Othello, as a reminder of the horrific femicide rates in Latin America. The play is par...
The Cardinal Southwark Playhouse
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The Cardinal

The Cardinal was one of the last plays to be performed in London before Oliver Cromwell’s government introduced an act for the suppression of stage pl...
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Natives is a new play by the former editor of i-D magazine, Glenn Waldron, about three fourteen year-old kids growing up in different nonedescript twe...
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The Life

Ira Gasman is supposed first to have come up with the idea for The Life after walking down 42nd Street at some point in the early 1980’s and seeing a ...
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Side Show

Bernard Pomerance’s 1977 play, The Elephant Man, detailing Joseph Merrick’s wish to be treated as a ‘normal’ member of society, after being discovered...