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The first thing that strikes you about the Iris Theatre's production of Arabian Nights is the set design. The already noble yet austere interior...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures.This week’s highlights include opening nights at Watford Palace and The Secret...

Female Parts: Shorts is a collection of three monologues subverting female roles both onstage and off. All three – A Woman Alone and The Mother,...

OneNess Sankara’s first play The Immigrant is part of a season celebrating creative women at London’s Hoxton Hall. She tells Giverny Masso how the...

A new all-female musical based on true historical accounts of rival female street gangs is an exciting prospect. Delivered as music hall melodrama, Susannah...

In its heyday, between the 1950s and 1970s, Hammer Films, the British horror film studio, successfully snatched the horror genre back from the US....

In its day, Oscar Wilde's one-act play Salome was banned, ostensibly because religious characters were not allowed to be portrayed on stage. Of course,...

Large-scale circus performed in a graveyard and work inspired by the global migration crisis are on the programme for the 2016 London International Festival...

There’s a fine distinction between homespun and threadbare, and while not every panto needs to be a glitzy juggernaut or quirky re-spinning, Hoxton Hall’s...
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