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Written in 1915, John Buchan’s pulpy espionage yarn The 39 Steps found lasting pop-culture fame as a seminal Hitchcock thriller, while Patrick Barlow’s 2005...

Clad in a long, black coat and heavy wig, Maxine Peake looks agitated and uneasy in her skin. “I'm so hot,” she says repeatedly,...

There’s little in the way of irony and subversion in Ivo van Hove’s take on Ayn Rand’s hymn to individualism. This 2014 production, making...

Music is playing as you enter the space. People are dancing and the room is bathed in purple light. A party is underway in...

A Latino immigration enforcement officer escorts Gracie, a young, undocumented Chicana girl towards detainment and deportation, and away from Kentucky – away from all...

Having previously tackled Paul Auster’s metaphysical novella City of Glass, 59 Productions joins forces with Rambert and choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui to stage Italo...

First seen in 2007 and here revived for the fourth time, Laurent Pelly’s amiable production of Donizetti’s light comedy The Daughter of the Regiment...

Intrepid Cornwall-based open-air touring company Miracle Theatre is marking its 40th anniversary with this trademark lampoon by founder/director Bill Scott of famous works of...

So, this is where it all began. Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, the dream team, wrote their Dream musical more than 50 years...

Debbie Hannan’s production of Marius von Mayenburg’s 2007 satire about beauty, capitalism and the pressure to conform is certainly pleasing to the eye. Becky Minto’s...

In 2001, when Closer to Heaven was originally produced, its creators Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, aka the Pet Shop Boys, were firmly established...

Returning to the West End with a new line-up following a successful Broadway engagement, long running magical variety act The Illusionists is a brash,...
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