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Site-Specific Play Behna Comes to London Kitchen
Sonia Likhari’s site-specific play Behna (Sisters) receives its London premiere in the kitchen of a west London home tomorrow (28 April 2011). Billed as a “unique and intimat
Chekhov in Hell
Dan Rebellato’s Chekhov in Hell, produced by the Drum Theatre, Plymouth, asks a strange question: what would happen if Chekhov came alive in a world of computers, reality television, tale
Thrill Me Murder Musical Moves to Charing Cross
By Terri Paddock
Following its UK premiere this month at the Tristan Bates Theatre, Stephen Dolginoff's musical Thrill Me will transfer to the Charing Cross Theatre for a limited season from 18 May to 11 June ...
Brief Encounter With ... Cleveland Street's Glenn Chandler
By Editorial Staff
It sounds like a case worthy of investigation by Det Chief Inspector Taggart. How did Glenn Chandler, the creator of Taggart, the gritty Glaswegian detective series and a jewel in the crown of ...
Northanger Abbey
By Editorial Staff
Watching the cast of Traffic of the Stage’s Northanger Abbey parade around the pump room, I was struck by two thoughts: one, how insipid a lead protagonist Austen had created in Cather
Tender Napalm
Philip Ridley’s first play for three years, Tender Napalm is a tense, fantastical, sexual tussle between the unnamed Man and Woman, who have met at a birthday party and thread their attra
Little Eagles
Rona Munro’s Little Eagles opens the new RSC season at Hampstead Theatre: the first cosmonaut, Yuri Gagarin, went into orbit 50 years ago, but the play is firstly about the chief designer ...
Sold
By Editorial Staff
Four words every house hunter dreads: “Truth doesn’t move property”. In the UK premiere of Australian playwright Suzie Miller’s Sold, this mercenary truth is the dile
The Vaudevillains
By Laura Norman
The programme tells us that “Les Enfants Terribles theatre company is dedicated to producing new work that challenges, excites and entertains, whilst exploring different styles and theatrical te
Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story
By Editorial Staff
The story of Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, Thrill Me follows two Chicago murderers who kidnapped and killed a young boy in the 1920s. Their motivation? They believed they were 'superhuman', ...