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The Bunker

In 1943, a young Jean-Paul Sartre wrote The Flies (Les Mouches, in French), a retelling of the Electra myth designed as a rebellious two-fingers...

Emma Dennis-Edwards’ piercing one-woman show, a Fringe First winner in Edinburgh last year, powerfully picks apart the individualism that often lurks beneath success-against-the-odds stories. Seventeen-year-old...

Three Sisters – Almeida Theatre, London Rebecca Frecknall follows her acclaimed, atmospheric take on Tennessee Williams’ Summer and Smoke with a production of Chekhov’s Three Sisters,...

Emma Dennis-Edwards’ one-woman show Funeral Flowers began life as a community project with London’s Royal Court, before transferring to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where...

There are a few seats at the edges of the room, but otherwise it's standing room only, the audience gathered around three raised platforms....

For an actor, and playwright, there’s probably nothing more terrifying than an under-rehearsed production of the story you’re trying to tell. We rehearse to...

A high-street chemist is an unlikely setting for a smart two-hander about an intergenerational female friendship, but co-writers Sacha Voit and Jessica Butcher have...

I didn’t speak for two weeks on my first job, and I ended it having a voice. It was career and life-changing – I...

In 2016, PSYCHEdelight created Borderline, a successful satire of life in the Calais Jungle, devised and performed by an ensemble of European and refugee...
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