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The Ruling Class

The first West End performance of Peter Barnes’ cult play since its premiere in 1968, Trafalgar Studios’ production of The Ruling Class is a frenzied,...
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Sikes And Nancy

A one-man hour-long dash through Dickens’ most infamous murder, Sikes & Nancy takes the tale of Oliver Twist and turns it into a dramatic gothic e...
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Not About Heroes

I’m sure it’s no coincidence that in this centenary year of the outbreak of the First World War, Feelgood Theatre Productions’ Not About Heroes ends i...
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East is East

As a semi-autobiographical look at the particular challenges faced by Pakistani immigrants and mixed-race children, living in whatmight be described a...
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The Trials of Oscar Wilde

Is there anything we don’t know about Oscar Wilde? asks John O’Connor, who – with Wilde’s grandson, Merlin Holland - has reconstructed the two trials ...
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Dessa Rose

Dessa Rose is the brainchild of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, the team behind the Broadway hits Ragtime and Seussical. This is the first time it i...
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Bash: Latterday Plays

Neil LaBute’s Bash: Latterday Plays is a collection of three one-act plays that explores disturbingly well the human ability to do evil.  The plays pr...
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Another Country

Jeremy Herrin's revival of Julian Mitchell's moving play Another Country captures a fascinating moment in history that holds a striking relevance toda...
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I Found My Horn

Those who regard a mid-life crisis as matter for tragedy, requiring long faces and unplumbable depths of sensitivity might blink at four stars and a r...