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Orson’s Shadow

Where does one start with this hero of a production? Under the steady direction of Alice Hamilton it achieves so much in just over two hours that it i...
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One Arm

The UK premier of One Arm fuses Tennessee Williams’ short story and unproduced screenplay, adapting the narrative for the stage. This is a bleak visio...
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Carrie – The Musical

Back in 1986, and fresh from a financially lucrative co-production with Cameron Mackintosh - a little known show whittled from a doorstep of a French ...
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Scarlet

This is a riveting and challenging play in a clever and creative production. That I found it difficult to watch says volumes for the strength of the w...
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Lorca: Amor En El Jardin

On a moonlit evening in a symbolic garden of shadows, rosebushes and chirping crickets, the audience is spellbound in a performance of Lorca: Amor en ...
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Gods and Monsters

Rarely can anyone have made such an astonishing stage debut as Will Austin playing Clayton Boone in Gods and Monsters at Southwark Playhouse. He le...
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Upper Cut

As play, production and performance, this 90 minutes without an interval makes for a concentrated and enjoyable evening. The play itself is written...
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Albert Einstein: Relativitively

Albert Einstein: Relativively Speaking, is a hilarious exploration of one of the greatest minds of the twenty first century with the use of science, m...
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The Dragon

This play is a moral and political fable in the guise of a farcical fairy tale.  It tells of the attempt of knight errant, Sir Lancelot, to free a vil...
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Saxon Court

Saxon Court takes place over the course of one day in the office of a recruitment company and it's not a good day for money-driven boss Donna. These r...