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DC Jackson’s 2010 comedy My Romantic History takes a refreshingly honest and hilarious look at the modern dating world and examines how the idealisation...

Though the nine one-act plays that make up Tonight at 8.30 are all written by Noel Coward, in many ways that’s where the similarities...

Originally titled The Pink Room, Rodney Ackland’s 1952 play is set in a Soho drinking pit in the dying days of the Second World...

It’s said a good piece of theatre begins as late and ends as early as possible in the framework of a story. Playing in Hampstead...

Here’s a prospect to make you blush, giggle and squirm. We’re ushered into a boudoir, a sugar-pink Barbara Cartland confection of cushions, swagged sheets,...

Marion Bott’s play Moormaid begins as a tense romance and turns to a furiously political tale of brotherhood, before becoming a story of resolution...

The fear felt by a parent when their young child disappears from sight is universal. But sometimes that fear can grow out of control...

In an alternate 1940, King Edward VIII is on the throne, Nazi troops are advancing through Surrey, and the British government has been all...

The ground-breaking new company of players at Bristol`s Tobacco Factory has set a formidable quality mark in its inaugural season, with this thrilling fresh...

Ella Hickson’s new play is about writing, theatre, art and the creative process – it's about the difficulties faced by women trying to create...

This new musical based on J Meade Falkner's melodramatic Victorian 1898 novel, Moonfleet is a lumpen, deadly earnest affair. The story swirls with derring-do. John,...

Baz Luhrmann’s warm and silly 1992 debut Strictly Ballroom, the first of his ‘Red Curtain’ Trilogy – followed by Romeo + Juliet and then...
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