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Theatre Royal Stratford East

Sarah DeLappe’s debut play, a 2017 Pulitzer prize-finalist, is a skilfully drawn coming-of-age tale set in a US girls’ junior soccer team. The characters, known...

The Wolves – Theatre Royal Stratford East, London Ellen McDougall directs the European premiere of Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves, a play that uses high-school soccer to...

One of theatre’s biggest preoccupations is accessibility; and it concerns both who gets to put shows on and who comes to see them. The issues...

Natasha Tripney Future Bodies – Home, Manchester Unlimited Theatre (Am I Dead Yet?) and RashDash (Three Sisters, Two Man Show) – both exhilarating companies – join forces for a...

The peasants are revolting in Sahaspur. Under the command of corrupt Inspector Gangwar (Art Malik), the men have been humiliated and the women abused....

As Theatre Royal Stratford East marks the start of a new era with The Village, a revamp of Lope de Vega’s classic Fuenteovejuna, its...

“Change is uncomfortable,” Nadia Fall tells me in this week’s big interview. She’s overseen quite a shake-up at Theatre Royal Stratford East. The theatre’s...

Holy Shit – Kiln Theatre, London The rebranded, refurbished Tricycle reopens as Kiln Theatre with a production of Alexis Zegerman’s new play about parents desperate to...

You can only be first once – so it’s amazing that there are still glass ceilings for minority theatremakers to break. From the West...
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