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Barbican Theatre

This is still, probably, the best version of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Jesus Christ Superstar there’s ever been. Timothy Sheader’s production started...

Prolific Belgian super-director Ivo van Hove has two modes. There’s accessible Ivo, who radically modernises classic plays – Ibsen, Shakespeare, Schiller and Miller –...

Strange Fruit – Bush Theatre, London Nancy Medina directs a revival of Caryl Phillips’ powerful 1981 debut play as part of the theatre’s Passing the...

Theatremaker Jamie Hale is to take over the Barbican’s Pit for a showcase of D/deaf and disabled artists. Hale tells Giverny Masso about their...

A group of stylish actors, immaculately clad in black, glide around a stark stage. Declan Donnellan’s updated take on Francis Beaumont’s 1607 comedy, an...

Armadillo – the Yard, London American playwright Sarah Kosar wrote the distinctive Mumburger – a skewed study of the ways in which people deal with...

It is possible to make a non-narrative ballet from a literary classic, as Crystal Pite’s The Tempest Replica and Wayne McGregor’s Woolf Works have...

As Enda Walsh’s adaptation of Max Porter’s novel Grief is the Thing With Feathers, starring Cillian Murphy, finishes a short run in the Barbican’s...

Wolfie – Theatre503, London Sophie Melville and Erin Doherty are actors who elevate everything they’re in. This bodes well for Lisa Spirling’s production of Ross Willis’ debut...
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