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San Domino

The time: 1939, the place: Mussolini’s Italy, the crime: homosexuality. A group of gay men from Catania are exiled to the prison Island San Domino. Ou...
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Bunny

Catherine Lamb (Katie) moves in perfect synchrony with the light and sound cues. It is breath taking how well the minimalist use of props, sound and l...
Knock Knock Tristan Bates Theatre
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Knock, Knock

Sometimes theatre overwhelms you with the collective power of all the dramatic arts gathered and then released by the full spectacular resources of a ...
The End of History Tristan Bates Theatre
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The End of History

I can see what writers Iain Hollingshead (book and lyrics) and Timothy Muller (music) were trying to do with their show The End of History, and had th...
2.0★ ★
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Sublime

Sublime, a debut play by Sarah Thomas, promises balaclavas, wigs, jewels and forbidden passions within the intimate confines of Soho’s Tristan Bates t...
3.0★ ★ ★
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The Slave

LeRoi Jones’ play The Slave is described as ‘angry, passionate, and unapologetic’; unfortunately, in this production at least, this passion does not m...
3.0★ ★ ★
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This Is Not A Drill

This Is Not A Drill is truly a whirlwind of a spectacle; sometimes in a good way, sometimes less so. Performed by the BA (Hons) Acting students from t...
3.0★ ★ ★
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One Of Those

This is a short play that focusses on two train journeys and on the lives of five passengers. The first trip is from London to Penzance and it begins ...
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The Stationmaster

In the heart of the West End, but very much a ‘fringe’ theatre, the Tristan Bates Theatre is playing host to From Page to Stage, a season of new music...