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The Maids

The Jamie Lloyd Company may now be something of an institution in London’s theatre circles, famed for its gritty and gruesome productions (Richard III...
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The Picture of Dorian Gray

The Picture of Dorian Gray is the story of a fashionable young man who sells his soul for eternal youth and beauty. He becomes the subject for Basil H...
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The Wasp

Dark and intense, Malcolm’s thrilling drama The Wasp is riveting from start to finish. The play follows two women from very different backgrounds, who...
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The Homecoming

In this 50th anniversary revival, Jamie Lloyd ramps up the tension and presents Pinter’s family drama The Homecoming as a true psychological thriller....
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My Children! My Africa!

It is a rare experience to leave the theatre feeling raw, real emotion; it is even rarer to have that sensation travel home with you, and stay with yo...
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Constellations

For all of the seventy minutes of Michael Longhurst’s excellent production of Nick Payne’s Constellations time, tone, and human experience become deli...
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As Is

There are those rare occasions when wonderfully and magically everything comes together in the theatre: director, cast, lighting, set, sound, everyone...
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Stop! – The Play

So what are we doing? It is an honest enough question, posed by one of the more senile characters in a moment unadulterated rationality: and it will n...
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The Father

August Strindberg’s plays have been popular around the world in the past couple of years, especially his Miss Julie, which had a surge of adaptations ...