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Shoreditch Town Hall

A Loyalist pub in 1960s Dublin. With fags in hand and familiar tones, the landlady and her beehived pal usher an uncertain audience in....

Sex, death, and grubbily nostalgic Americana slosh together in all of Christopher Brett Bailey’s work. Suicide Notes, touring in support of a new book...

We Can Time Travel is the latest piece of gig theatre from Dom Coyote, who created genre frontrunner Songs for the End of the...

Paradise Fields is the fictional corporate care facility created by Access All Areas for Madhouse Re:exit, an immersive promenade show about care for people...

Asylum seeker Serge (Ncuti Gatwa) greets the audience with an effusive speech about storytelling. He is joined by Nick Blakeley as A, an unnamed...

Blood, sweat, soil – and a Cyr wheel. This is the stuff of Santa Madera, an eye-widening feat by circus performers Juan Ignacio Tula...

Re-imagining the allegorical world of a 14th-century epic poem for a modern audience is no mean feat, but Penned in the Margins’ Fair Field...

Shoreditch Town Hall in London has appointed James Pidgeon as its new director. He succeeds Nick Giles, who leaves the organisation after five years in...

For the second production in his Philip Ridley double-bill beneath Shoreditch Town Hall, Jamie Lloyd turns off the lights. While his revival of Ridley’s...
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