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Though it opens on a suitably melancholy note, with a shivering Viola staggering ashore, and a brooding Duke listening to love songs on a...

Maybe the reason it’s taken 15 years for Adam Guettel’s multiple Tony award-winning show to make it to London is because it’s so bloody...

Inspired by her mother’s experiences growing up in a large Italian-American family, Meghan Kennedy’s play Napoli, Brooklyn (set in 1960 and performed Off-Broadway in...

Errol Marshall wants to know himself. This overwhelming desire fuels a burning rage and consumes every fibre of his being. It's literally driving him...

Time, and its passing, loom large in Dylan Coburn Gray’s Verity Bargate award-winning ‘play for voices.’ It zooms in on one Dublin family on...

Lucy Kirkwood’s 2016 play The Children is set in the aftermath of an accident at a British nuclear power station. Married couple Robin and...

The title of David Hare’s 1978 play has never felt more ironic. Visible signs of the impact of austerity can be seen everywhere, even...

In 1943, a young Jean-Paul Sartre wrote The Flies (Les Mouches, in French), a retelling of the Electra myth designed as a rebellious two-fingers...

Anyone who has ever seen a TED Talk will be familiar with the mannerisms used by Little Bulb in its new show The Future....

Adapted from Sue Monk Kidd’s novel, The Secret Life of Bees is a coming-of-age story that portrays African-American faith and community with affecting emotional...

There’s something brilliant about sanctioned playtime – dress up, get a fake name, pretend you’re on a life or death mission, play the da-na...

Dave Kirby’s 2006 play Lost Soul was an unashamed celebration of the middle-aged. Over the course of a decade its Motown-loving 50-something characters have...
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