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With its eclectic score and bittersweet seasonal message, Striking 12 interweaves Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Match Girl with a tale of modern malaise...

Pro-Brexit journalist Julie Burchill and pro-Brexit writer Jane Robins have teamed up to write a new play about Brexit – a supposedly raunchy political...

Just before midnight on New Year’s Eve, 1937, a couple surviving tenuously in the Soviet Union are visited by the devil in the form...

Tapping into the Victorian fascination with speed, time and travel, Jules Verne's much-adapted novel Around the World in 80 Days tells the tale of...

Comprising numbers from New York songwriter John Bucchino’s extensive back catalogue, It’s Only Life is less a jukebox musical than a mosaic of sophisticated,...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures.This week’s highlights include the press nights of Building The Wall at the...

The social divide between the working classes and the aristocracy has long been a popular theme in musical theatre. Think My Fair Lady, Half...

Revolution and upheaval have played a major part in Phil Willmott’s season of plays at the Union Theatre this year. Detachment from Europe underscored his...

For his adaptation of Bizet's opera Carmen, Phil Willmott has been, in part, inspired by Goya's painting Los Fusilamientos del Tres de Mayo and...
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