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Bristol was an early pioneer of post-war housing estates, so the city's Tobacco Factory Theatres provide an excellent choice for this 25th anniversary production...

  Leeds Playhouse's pop-up season opened last month with Jim Cartwright's Road, and the theme of community continues on a more global scale with this...

A chance encounter and a small act of kindness reverberates in the lives of three women to transformative effect in Marie Jones’ gentle, reflective,...

Beneath the war-torn fields of France, a desperate soldier becomes trapped in the mythic labyrinth of The Trench in this dark, compelling fantasy from...

The might of Arthur Miller’s Pulitzer-winning play lies in the way it works simultaneously as a commentary on capitalism as a contaminant of the...

It's a brave move to let a bold aesthetic lead a production and Rosanna Vize’s design sets the tone for this gutsy interpretation of...

Jonathan Church closes this year`s rich Theatre Royal Bath summer season with an articulate and finely acted revival of Terence Rattigan`s rarely-performed last play,...

James Purdy isn’t amongst the better-known figures of 20th-century American literature but his work was highly esteemed by Dorothy Parker, Tennessee Williams, Gore Vidal...

Who did Brendan Bracken and William Joyce see when they looked into the mirror?  Two Irishmen, the first the Tipperary-born son of a militant...

Paper Cinema has condensed Shakespeare’s most accessible (and sensational) tragedy to a 75-minute run, using their signature multimedia style. Entirely wordless but accompanied beautifully by...

The 306: Dusk is the final part of Oliver Emanuel and composer Gareth Williams’ emotional trilogy for National Theatre of Scotland about the 306...

There’s a certain, old-style schoolboy thrill about this Australian import. A play about Charles Darwin’s legendary round-the-world voyage on the HMS Beagle, staged after...
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