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Camden People's Theatre

“This is a show about value”, Haley McGee declares halfway through her one-woman show. Inspired by a conversation with Visa about her credit card debt,...

Paper walls like sliding Japanese doors, a white floor, a sturdy green door. There’s a single high window though which a bewigged lawyer is...

Whilst the cast of the current West End production of Tartuffe perform in a mixture of English and French, the bilingual Exchange Theatre have...

Rachael Young’s Nightclubbing takes its audience on a journey from the 1980s Black Girl Magic of Grace Jones to shivering in a 2015 nightclub queue where women...

“I’m not going to make this fluffy for you,” says poet and performer Jackie Hagan in her solo show This Is Not a Safe...

“Who is more admirable?” ask Pavlos Christodoulou, “David Attenborough or the Dalai Lama?” It’s the first in a series of absurd questions put to...

For millennials, Britney Spears’ head shaving in 2007 is a seminal celeb-culture moment. For Jo Hauge, however, it has a more personal significance. A...

Press night parties, new shows in rehearsal, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include opening nights of The Birthday Party...

Camden People Theatre’s feminist theatre festival Calm Down Dear gets off to a cracking start with Racheal Ofori’s So Many Reasons. It’s a smart...
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