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Birdsong

Birdsong combines the heartache of love with the heartbreak of war. The play goes back and forth from the trenches of the Western Front in 1916-18 to ...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Instructions for Border Crossing

Instructions for Border Crossing is a unique experience. It is a performance that depends to some degree on the audience's engagement with the lone pe...
Whisky Galore York Theatre Royal
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Whisky Galore

Sea shanties play as the audience takes their seats in a community hall in 1955. Upstage, a line of chairs is draped with articles of costume and prop...
2.0★ ★
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Legacy

The year is 2085. Philip Blackthorn's (Ian Giles) tech enterprise, Legacy, has grown exponentially. Breeding its own race of children, Legacy manufact...
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. Credit James Findlay
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The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest is probably Oscar Wilde’s best-known work - and rightly so. The comedy of manners follows two young men, both of whom ...
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Soldier On

In the darkness of the York Theatre Royal Studio floor, a lone figure, Rickshaw (Mark Griffin) appears. Staring out into the audience, he begins the s...
Finders Keepers York Theatre Royal
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Finders Keepers

A mother-to-be (Clare-Louise English) finds sanctuary in Mr. Pharaoh's junk yard as she flees from the police. Not that Mr. Pharaoh (also played by En...
Medea Maria
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Medea Maria

Medea Maria, a new collaboration between director Alexander Kaniewski and composer Helen Madden, explores the enduring ability of Greek drama to compr...
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Heads Up

Before the play even begins, the minimalist set of a table topped only with lights, sound equipment, and a pile of notes immediately creates a palpabl...
Brighton Rock York Theatre Royal Photo Karl Andre
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Brighton Rock

Creating a stage play from a novel is a hard feat to achieve especially when it is as popular as Graham Greene’s Brighton Rock. However, Bryony Lavery...