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THEATRE

Of all the many versions of Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas fable being staged this winter, this is one of the most inventive. In Piers Torday’s...

What has turned Ebenezer Scrooge into a curmudgeonly miser with his deep-seated aversion to Christmas? This is the ingenious debate conducted by playwright Alan...

Northern Stage's new adaptation of the classic tale The Snow Queen is performed with charm, wittily scripted and beautifully designed – but falls short...

Shit-Faced Shakespeare has been a fringe staple for nearly a decade. The company has expanded its repertoire to include Shit-Faced Showtime and now it...

This new show by Victoria Thierrée Chaplin (daughter of Charlie, granddaughter of Eugene O’Neill), weaves a peculiar but slightly frustrating theatrical magical. Thierrée Chaplin’s daughter...

In 1972, the world chess championship became a proxy battlefront in the rumbling belligerence of the cold war. Recounting the gruelling, 21-game clash, Ravens:...

Inspired by Alanis Morissette's iconic debut album, this new musical uses her music to explore serious subjects – rape, addiction, transracial adoption and sexual...

Jackie Sibblies Drury’s Pulitzer-winning play is simultaneously a microcosmic, tightly controlled look at a family through the prism of a middle-class sitcom, and a...

Tom Morris is celebrating his game-changing 10 years as artistic director of the Bristol Old Vic with a revival of one of his most...

Returning to the Old Vic for the third year running, Jack Thorne’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic morality tale manages to be both faithful...

The Sherman’s Christmas show is a Cardiff tradition and this year the company turns to the versatile Conor Mitchell to provide script, score and...

Incommunicability is frequently identified as an aspect of chronic pain. Indeed, this was precisely the topic of Rachel Bagshaw’s previous work, The Shape of...
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