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The work of Australian company Back to Back Theatre is co-created and performed by actors with learning disabilities. The dizzyingly ambitious Lady Eats Apple...

Single Spies is, in large part, a deep dive into the culture which produced and protected the  Cambridge spy ring during the Cold War. The...

Inspired by recent high-profile bullying cases, The Little Pony revolves around 10 year old Timmy, whose talismanic attachment to a pink backpack sees him...

In the opening minutes of this revival of JM Barrie’s little-performed 1901 romantic comedy, young Miss Phoebe Throssel (Fiona Wood) finds herself widowed to...

Anna Deavere Smith interviewed hundreds about the USA’s school-to-prison pipeline—the fact Latino, Native and African American people are vastly overrepresented in the US prison...

Charts festoon the walls of Jody’s Maps, the sleepy shop where Steven Dietz’s Lonely Planet follows the oddball friendship of two discreetly gay men...

Arthur Miller’s final play Finishing the Picture explores the manufacturing of female stars in Hollywood and their struggle to find their own agency within...

The opening scene of The Unexpected Guest features a corpse, a beautiful woman with a smoking gun and a stranger who arrives as a...

At the National Theatre, a mixed-race actor in black face paint is repeatedly saying the "N word". Having transferred from the Orange Tree in Richmond,...

Gosh, what larks were had at the 19th hole in PG Wodehouse's golfing tales. Writers Jon Glover and Edward Taylor move the setting from...

Starting life at the Wandsworth Arts Fringe and sponsored by the Racing Post newspaper, Justin Hopper's Flutter is an intimate but thoroughly judicious examination...

Nobody was more surprised by the success of Helene Hanff's memoir 84 Charing Cross Road than the author herself. Probably best known through its critically-acclaimed...
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