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Marguerite Duras' play, The Lovers of Viorne, originally premiered in Paris in 1968 and immediately captured the imagination of France. Taking the form of...

Cecily Hamilton’s infrequently performed social commentary, Diana of Dobson’s, was written in 1908 and caused quite a stir in its day. These days it...

Sheffield's Sad Siren makes theatre from memories. Its last production, The Gods Of Pick N Mix, was an elegy to lost things and childhood...

The Festival Theatre in Chichester is, along with its ancient cathedral, one of the crowning glories of the city, helping to put it on...

London’s Gate Theatre has form with iconoclastic adaptations of Greek tragedy, from 2014’s Idomeneus to Anne Louise Sarks' Medea last year. This quadrilogy cements...

The year is 1966. Catholic couple Vincent (Michael Condron) and Mary Gallagher (Kerri Quinn) have moved into a largely Protestant area of Belfast. An...

Drawing on her own experiences of life with cerebral palsy, Athena Stevens gives a hugely committed performance in this engaging two-hander about expectation and...

Agamemnon's Return, the opening play of Zinnie Harris’ This Restless House, an adaptation of Aeschylus' Oresteia, is saturated in sex. The trilogy is spread...

It feels like we’re in an interesting place right now when it comes to women discussing their sexual identity on stage. Lindsay Dukes’ solo...

Known for musicals such as Ragtime, Rocky and Dessa Rose, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty initially collaborated on this adaptation of The Man Who...

Colab Theatre’s latest immersive production, Crooks, gives audiences the chance to do their best impression of Tom Hiddleston in The Night Manager: can you...

Pouncing unexpectedly on Broadway in 1962, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Edward Albee’s drama of marital disintegration and psychotic mind games is a play...
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