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REVIEWS

Crafty in both senses of the word, Fleur Elise Noble’s Rooman is an intriguing fantasia that combines cut-out paper screens, puppetry and video animation,...

Imagine if the “rude mechanicals” from A Midsummer Night’s Dream were asked to stage Hamlet in just an hour and with only three people. Presenting...

Ron Elisha’s play Falling in Love Again is pure conjecture, imagining what might have happened if Marlene Dietrich, a German film star in Hollywood,...

Frederick Knott's 1952 play Dial M for Murder set the tone for the stage thrillers to come. Audiences relished the suspenseful atmosphere and the inevitable...

Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds' in-house production of Peter Pan builds on the success of its previous traditional pantomimes and provides an excellent 200th-anniversary...

Julie Tsang’s psychological thriller exists in the shadows. As Kevin, a seemingly amiable young repairman, attempts to patch-up the shambling, elderly Li Na’s washing...

After so much time and so much tinkering, when it comes to Les Misérables the philosopher’s axe springs to mind. Every time it has...

Aged 90, the sitar maestro Ravi Shankar announced he was going to write an opera. He died before its completion, and it fell to...

Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel arrived in the United States on the same ship. They’d both honed their slapstick skills as part of theatre...

Mexico is too often reduced to cerveza and tequila, bandidos, big hats and even bigger cacti. Billed as ‘A waking Dream of Mexico’ Luzia...

The B-Sides series at the Bunker is a programme of work by emerging artists that runs alongside their flagship shows. The Girl With Glitter in...

Since closing on Broadway in 1986 after four performances, Rags has been stitched and unstitched so many times that this version, which premiered at...
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