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Orange Tree Theatre

Following his very successful production of Terence Rattigan’s French without Tears in 2015, Paul Miller brings another of the playwright’s comedies to the Orange...

Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu has won the 2019 James Menzies-Kitchin Young Director Award, which is presented in a new partnership with Richmond's Orange Tree Theatre. This is...

Zoe Cooper’s new play is one of gentle waves. Claire (Lucy Briggs-Owen) has moved from London to South Shields with her police officer wife...

The Half God of Rainfall – Kiln Theatre, London The new play by Inua Ellams, writer of the majestic Barber Shop Chronicles, is about a young...

In a small shack in Port Elizabeth, deep in the grip of Apartheid, two brothers – one white-passing, one darker skinned – eat together,...

Former dancer and choreographer Shelley Maxwell fell in love with movement direction after working on the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Hamlet. She tells Giverny Masso...

There’s a touch of absurdism to Rose Lewenstein’s new play about relationships, capitalist systems and the terrifying creep of climate change. Two people –...

Jessie, the little girl protagonist of Can’t Wait for Christmas! has been given a tempting-looking present by her dad. The trouble is, she’s not...

Hanna Streeter has been appointed executive director of the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond. She replaces Sarah Nicholson, who leaves the organisation in March after...
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