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White Bear Theatre

An ageing band of grifters hold forth in an Italian-run greasy spoon in Brighton, teasing the proprietor’s daughter, bickering and, perhaps also, looking for...

When Leo Butler’s Faces In The Crowd premiered at the Royal Court in 2008, it was one of the first plays to deal with...

A dishevelled, basement-dwelling misanthrope spouts bile in his video diary in The Ungrateful Biped, writer and performer Philip Goodhew’s update of Dostoyevsky’s Notes from...

John Hopkins is probably best remembered as the writer of Z Cars, a precursor to the gritty television cop dramas that are still popular...

In his crass and unfunny play Curtain Call, Simon Bradbury also takes the lead role of Stanley Shenton, a once distinguished classical actor suffering...

Drenched in the glitter and sleaze of 1920s Hollywood, Claudio Macor’s tale of sex scandals and open secrets at a major studio remains stingingly...

The Epic of Gilgamesh is one of the earliest piece of literature known to man, dating back to the Third Dynasty of Ur in...

Ian Dixon Potter’s The Test tells the story of Dora (Natasha Killam), a computer scientist who succeeds in creating an entirely new Turing Test-passing artificial consciousness. There’s...

Jack Stanley’s apocalyptic comedy of manners Catastrophists is rooted in Alan Ayckbourn territory. Obnoxious young professionals Raf and Harry host a dinner party for...
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