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THEATRE

Welcome to The Jungle. Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson’s debut full-length play – a co-production from the Young Vic, the National and humanitarian company...

Inspired by JM Barrie’s children’s classic, Action to the Word’s The Lost Boy Peter Pan uses the music of the Beatles, among others, to...

Having toured successfully last year, European Arts Company revisits its one-man production of A Christmas Carol – a show that, rather than adapting the...

Welcome to a party where vogueing is all the rage, there are shots aplenty, and you’ve got £80 worth of party vouchers (that’s 55p...

Bea Roberts’ Little Mermaid for the Egg theatre in Bath is, without exaggeration, a thing of beauty. Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytale is mixed with...

Blood and screaming babies, drugs and vomit: yep, there’s definitely  something amiss in the boho Parisian domicile of good-looking young Americans Abby and Zack. US...

There are moments in John Tiffany’s stage version of Pinocchio that seem engineered to seep into your dreams – and not always in a...

Writer and director Tom Crowley’s felicitous 21st century adaptation of Great Expectations turns Dickens’ beefy Bildungsroman into two hours of funny, gripping theatre, staged...

On a white-lined square of astro turf, with autumn leaves piled in the corners and a streetlamp blinking pink overhead, Will Mytum whisks us...

The maddeningly memorable, nursery rhyme-like refrain of We’re Off to See the Wizard is built on a lie. The Wizard of Oz ends up...

A revival of the musical that gave us the festive strains of Mistletoe and Wine, which first premiered in 1977, The Little Match Girl...

Shell suits, ET and Walkmans. To a particular age group, this is enough to whisk them back to an early 1980s childhood. Journey to...
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