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The King is dead. Long live the king. Through the ages, the replacement of one corrupt despot with another represents the opposite of progress,...

Em is having a terrible night. Rachel Harper’s new monologue, which she also performs in, is a meaty, impressively unsentimental deep dive into one...

This punchy new English version of Bizet’s opera, by Mary Franklin and Ashley Pearson, focuses on the seedy, violent aspects of the passionate love...

Dave has passed on a love of Rod Stewart to son David, but they don’t share a genetic link or even the same skin...

Director and producer Phil Willmott has proved himself a past master of the musical reinvention. But though his Essential Classics season at the Union...

This is a true story. Jordan Waller was born in 1992, the child of two lesbians. His natural mum, the lucky recipient of a...

This double bill allows audiences the opportunity to see two great actors starring in intimate solo shows by playwrights with which they have a...

Peter Strickland’s 2012 cult film Berberian Sound Studio is a very sensory cinematic experience – aurally and visually disorientating, almost hallucinatory in places –...

Another week, another influx of Irish productions at Vault Festival. Jeda de Bri and Finbarr Doyle’s new play Tryst is a three-hander, focussing on...

The work of choreographers Kenneth MacMillan and Robert Cohan is familiar territory for Yorke Dance Project, so it's fitting that works by both feature...

Babylon Beyond Borders is a momentous technical feat. At the end of the performance, a spotlight illuminates Heather Pasfield, the live stream producer, in...

No detail in the Norwegian Ibsen company’s staging of The Lady from the Sea is left to chance. In this bilingual version, Adrian Rawlins’...
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