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Jackie Sibblies Drury’s Pulitzer-winning play is simultaneously a microcosmic, tightly controlled look at a family through the prism of a middle-class sitcom, and a...

Tom Morris is celebrating his game-changing 10 years as artistic director of the Bristol Old Vic with a revival of one of his most...

Enthusiastically performed but infused with gentleness, Goldilocks and the Three Musketeers is a charmingly creaky Christmas show with an endearingly home-made feel. Storytelling company Sleeping...

This year’s Hackney Empire panto – written and directed by local favourite Susie McKenna – is served with a twist. The 14th century is...

Returning to the Old Vic for the third year running, Jack Thorne’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic morality tale manages to be both faithful...

The Sherman’s Christmas show is a Cardiff tradition and this year the company turns to the versatile Conor Mitchell to provide script, score and...

Returning to the Aberdeen stage for the 16th year, Alan McHugh leads a new cast with spellbinding ease, captivating the audience. Laura Main's Fairy Godmother...

After the bite of last year’s production of Oliver Twist, which didn’t shy away from depicting the grimmer aspects of Victorian London, Hull Truck’s...

Beauty and the Beast is a fairytale with substance and a message – that real beauty lies within a person. The opening scene sees a...

Incommunicability is frequently identified as an aspect of chronic pain. Indeed, this was precisely the topic of Rachel Bagshaw’s previous work, The Shape of...

Every sequin in the South East has been commandeered for Paul Hendy's eye-popping production of Mother Goose. Hendy has managed to spin out a simple...

Just to reassure you, the central couple in The Nativity Panto are elves called Mary and Joe Christmas. They live at the North Pole...
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