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Jack Studio Theatre

In 1901, when Anna Edson Taylor, a widowed 60-something teacher on the brink of destitution, became the first person to go over the Niagara...

If you did your raving in the 1990s, you’ll know that Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu’s latest play takes its name from the certified banger that catapulted...

Written in 2013, Conor McPherson’s The Night Alive is a play of otherworldly mystery and biting loneliness. This small-scale revival has potential but it gets...

Ross McGregor’s new adaption of Three Sisters for Arrows and Traps is witty and accessible. Beautifully presented and elegantly design by Odin Corie and...

Inspired by co-writer Lucy Joy Russell’s personal experiences of IVF treatment, Stuffed follows 40-year-old Kim and her husband Jack’s increasingly attempt to conceive when...

Accusing any performance of Brecht’s ferociously didactic Fear and Misery of the Third Reich of lacking subtlety may seem redundant. Yet while his 1938...

Joan Aiken’s The Wolves of Willoughby Chase (first published in 1962) is a tale that has it all: intrepid orphans, a manor house full...

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (celebrating its bicentenary this year) is a messy, straggly, unapologetically raw novel that opens out like a series of Chinese boxes....

Ed Thomas’ first play, written in 1988, is an anguished portrait of a Welsh mining village in its death throes seen through the lens...
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