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Simon Stephens

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time has announced a return to the West End for a three-month run beginning later this...

Every generation has its foremost playwrights, from George Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wilde, to Harley Granville-Barker and Terence Rattigan, John Osborne and Arnold Wesker,...

Simon Stephens' Sea Wall, starring Andrew Scott, is to be revived for a limited run next month. The monologue was first produced in 2008 at...

Playwrights Tamsin Oglesby and Simon Stephens will create new pieces of work as part of a programme of events supporting the United Nations Women...

As Mark Shenton recently observed, there is a lot of new writing in London at the moment. The National Theatre only has a single...

It’s been a busy week for Simon Stephens with a show opening in the West End and now this new Chekhov adaptation at the...

If there was an Olivier for most intimidating play title, Simon Stephens' new two-hander would be a shoo-in. Fret not, as Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle, which...

First staged in New York in 2015, Simon Stephens’ two-hander, Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle, fuses elements of romantic comedy with something more philosophical. Combining...

Several London shows have received a critical battering, including A Tale of Two Cities at Regent’s Park, and a couple of stinkers at the National:...
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