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The need to find meaning in the face of mortality is at the heart of Love-Lies-Bleeding, a swaggeringly bleak story of assisted dying from...

Albert Camus' seminal 1942 existentialist novel The Outsider (L'Etranger) has been given the first major UK stage adaptation by Man Booker Prize-winning Ben Okri. It's...

Lars Noren is considered one of Sweden’s greatest living playwrights, but he’s relatively unfamiliar to UK audiences. Surprising, really, because his work squirms squarely...

With its narrator crawling through endless mud as he reflects on his memories and existence, Samuel Beckett’s experimental novel How It Is might not...

For the first time in 15 years, choreographer Russell Maliphant is back onstage duetting with his collaborator and partner Dana Fouras. The result is...

Remnants is a powerful exploration of literal and metaphorical excavation, skilfully rendered through a combination of electronic and Balkan folk music, dance and recorded...

Best known from the Danish film version, Karen Blixen’s short story Babette’s Feast traces the lives of two sisters living a remote Norwegian village...

Danish author Karen Blixen’s life was as fantastic as her fiction. A baroness who married one twin brother after the other died, she lived...

The Coronet, a gloomy and atmospheric former cinema, seems an appropriate venue in which to celebrate Russell Maliphant, a choreographer for whom the interplay...
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