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  • 1914 Machine

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    Double bill with White Ted and the Right to Die Read More

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  • 2071

    Climate change is a matter of importance to everyone, but what to do about it is mired in controversy. What's needed is a conversation. What do we owe future generations? How can we protect our... Read More

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  • 64 Squares

    Inspired by Stefan Zweig's novella The Royal Game. On board a decadent cruise liner in the late 1930s, the world's greatest chess champion is challenged to a match by a mysterious newcomer. As the... Read More

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  • About a Heist

    Two Irish gem thieves embark on an audacious heist, exploiting the services of three unsuspecting young girls. Yet distress and trauma multiply in this bizarre 'cling-filmed' comedy that keeps you... Read More

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  • Accolade

    Will Trenting, famous for his scandalous novels, is about to be knighted - an accolade which will welcome him to the establishment. But Will has been leading a double life and the award turns a... Read More

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  • Acqua Alta

    Noah, the most prosperous of the religious billionaires has landed on his feet; his fleet of cruise lines are the finest in the world and he's about to launch his latest flagship: The Marshmallow,... Read More

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  • Albion

    God bless this country, God bless karaoke and God save the Queen. It's karaoke night at The Albion, a proper East End boozer and the unofficial home of the English Protection Army. Paul runs the... Read More

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  • Antigone

    Two brothers, Polyneikes and Eteocles, fight for the crown of Thebes. They kill each other. The rule is strict and clear: whoever dares to bury Polyneikes will be punished with death. Antigone... Read More

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  • As You Like It

    Written around 1600 and set in two contrasting communities; city and forest. Rosalind and Celia have been banished from Court. In fear of their lives, they disguise themselves and seek sanctuary in... Read More

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  • Austentatious An Improvised Jane Austen Novel

    Austentatious offer an eloquent, irreverent and 100% improvised take on Britain's favourite novelist - watch a full-length Austen story crafted from scratch, entirely based on your suggestions! At... Read More

    CLOSES 14 DEC 2014
  • Autobahn

    Autobahn is a collection of plays that, in true LaBute style, deal with some hardhitting subject matter with characteristically dark humour, presenting characters that audience members can... Read More

    CLOSES 20 SEP 2014
  • Barge Baby

    Birmingham 1990. In a quiet waterway the Callow family reunite in their unconventional home, awaiting a very special birth. However the love boat that was once so sweet has filled with bitterness;... Read More

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  • Blind Eye

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  • Blind Eye

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  • Blind Eye

    1982. Three people on the brink; a lawyer with a high profile case, an old man with a mission, a peace negotiator with a secret. Their lives are about to change. None as they intend. Blind Eye is a... Read More

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  • Borges & I

    Driven by his love of words, Jorge Borges constantly questioned and translated the world around him, bringing forth images of labyrinths, tigers and a universe of libraries. Total Theatre Award... Read More

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  • Brain of Brittain

    It's back! The egotistically titled show by the UK's self-styled 'most eclectic young playwright' is returning with a veritable pick n' mix of theatrical delights. Last seen at Battersea's... Read More

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  • Breeders

    The path to parenthood isn't always straight. Andrea and her wife Caroline have it all: great jobs, a loving relationship and a new home. There's just one thing missing: a baby. Amidst the... Read More

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  • Britain's Best Recruiting Sergeant

    Little Tilley's dreams are realised as she follows in her father's footsteps and grows up to become Vesta Tilley, a shining star of the music hall whose much-loved act as a male impersonator makes... Read More

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  • The Broken Heart

    John Ford's tragedy The Broken Heart is an examination of the virtues of courage, endurance and chivalry. Sparta having secured a great victory at war, looks forward to a time of celebration and... Read More

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  • Burq Off!

    An autobiographical one-woman show exploring what it takes to evolve past the veil. The glowing promise of modern London versus the glum realities of a conservative Pakistani Muslim home are... Read More

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  • The Bus

    The derelict bus signposting the road to the church is the ideal secret rendezvous for teenagers Jordan and Ian as they explore their friendship and love. But when the gas station owner, who also... Read More

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  • Cans

    Jen's Dad is dead. To make matters worse, Uncle Len has made it his mission to help her get over it. Hiding from a very hostile world in a very shitty garage, Len and Jen down cider, drown mice,... Read More

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  • CarMen

    El Vacie, Seville, 1920. Set in the gay community of liberal 1920s Spain, Don Jos? is the central character in the Secret Opera reworking of Bizet's tragic opera. Sexually confused and dominated... Read More

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  • Casting the Runes Casting the Runes/The Residence at Westminster

    A man is found in a forest; dead of a heart attack; running from something that left no tracks in the snow. The investigation uncovers a web of fear, revenge and some supernatural assassins. An... Read More

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  • Castro of Mediterranean

    Following 'We Macbeth' earlier this year where it exposed the CIA's crimes during the last 50 years in US, George Eugeniou wrote a play about the role of this organisation in the Cyprus crisis.... Read More

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  • Casual Encounters

    James and Jennifer Rogers have been seeing a marriage guidance counsellor. When she tells them they should try something new, James decides this can only mean one thing - wife swapping. He's been... Read More

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  • The Caucasian Chalk Circle

    When the Governor's Wife abandons her baby in her haste to keep her collection of dresses, Grusha, the humble kitchen maid, saves the child from death and faces danger and adversity to protect him.... Read More

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  • The Chair

    If you're sure that ghosts aren't real, - If your nerves are made of steel, - If you're brave and if you dare, - Come sit upon the Barber's Chair. Welcome to Tiger Bay, the most deadly and... Read More

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  • The Changeling

    The Changeling is set in a world of lords and fools where the line between the two is fine. The beautiful Beatrice, driven by her secret lust, enlists the help of her father's servant. But... Read More

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  • Character

    Michelle is about to turn forty and is desperate to finish her first novel before the big day arrives. Retreating to a countryside cottage, typewriter in tow, Michelle invites her oldest friend... Read More

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  • The Cherry Orchard

    The Cherry Orchard premiered at the Moscow Art Theatre 17 January 1904, on Chekhov's 44th birthday and only six months before his death. Overjoyed at being back at her large country house Madame... Read More

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  • Chimera

    What would you do if you discovered you were your own twin? If you learned that your DNA did not quite belong to you? Welcome to Jennifer Samuels' world. When she learns that she has inherited a... Read More

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  • A Christmas Presence

    Present day, outskirts of London, two weeks before Christmas. A time to mark the end of the old year, to prepare for the New Year and for families to be together. Magical surprises are anticipate;... Read More

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  • The Chronicles of Kalki

    Kalki is an angry, troubled, 15 year old girl. She is also, possibly, the 10th incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu. But now she has gone missing and her two best friends - who had not met her until... Read More

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  • City Stories Tales of Love and Magic in London

    Narcissi, The Great Secret and Lullaby. A haunting journey fusing drama and live music. What happens when someone tells you that you're the answer to the riddle of life? What happens when a... Read More

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  • City Stories Tales of Love and Magic in London

    Narcissi, The Great Secret and Lullaby. A haunting journey fusing drama and live music. What happens when someone tells you that you're the answer to the riddle of life? What happens when a... Read More

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  • Civil Rogues

    England, 1649: the King has lost his head; the Queen has fled; the Globe Theatre has been demolished and all productions are banned. Developed at the Other Place at the Royal Shakespeare Company,... Read More

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  • The Comedy of Errors

    Sets of twins, hilarious storytelling and wonderful humanity in the Bard's comic masterpiece and shortest play. Naturally, there are two cases of mistaken identity to deal with in this tale of 24... Read More

    CLOSES 12 OCT 2014
  • The Comedy of Errors

    Sets of twins, hilarious storytelling and wonderful humanity in the Bard's comic masterpiece and shortest play. Naturally, there are two cases of mistaken identity to deal with in this tale of 24... Read More

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  • Confirmation

    "If you put me up against the wall and put a gun to my head, I'd probably admit to being a liberal. Actually if you put me up against a wall and put a gun to my head I'd probably admit to being... Read More

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  • Coolatully

    Coolatully shines a light on modern rural Ireland, where suicide rates among young men are the fourth highest in the world, asking whether a generation can be saved. Kilian was once Coolatully's... Read More

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  • Coriolanus

    Young, valiant, proud and brave, Caius Marcius is an unequalled warrior in battle and rewarded with the title Coriolanus for his services to Rome. However, his arrogance and unyielding nature... Read More

    CLOSES 6 SEP 2014
  • Das Ding

    When the African Siwa is talked into using sustainable methods of cotton cultivation by a Swiss aid worker, it helps two young Chinese businesspeople to make a success of their first start-up. But... Read More

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  • Desert

    If you had unprecedented access to classified networks 14 hours a day 7 day's a week for 8+ months, what would you do? Private Bradley Manning allegedly leaked the Collateral Murder video ... Read More

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  • Dido, Queen of Carthage

    In the wake of a change of regime in Troy, the Gods are busy re-establishing order among their human subjects. Concerned for the well-being of Aeneas and his men, who are shipwrecked and besieged... Read More

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  • Dirty Butterfly

    "You ever got that feelin in your stomach? Like butterflies gone wrong." Jason spends his nights wide awake, his ear pressed against the bedroom wall, listening to the noises coming from next... Read More

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  • Do We Do the Right Thing?

    For four and a half years an English market town stands still as the bodies of three hundred and fifty-five dead military personnel are repatriated through the town. The average age is twenty-two.... Read More

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  • Doctor Scroggy's War

    In Howard Brenton's epic play about the First World War, Jack Twigg, 19 years old, enlists in the London Regiment and goes on a journey he never imagined - nor did the rest of the world. On his... Read More

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  • The Dog, The Night and The Knife

    A hot August night. M finds himself at the dead end of a dark and deserted street, where everything has decayed and time has stopped. Hurled into a nightmare world, where wolves prowl, hunger is... Read More

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  • Dracula

    In the spring of 1893 Jonathan Harker, a young English solicitor, visits Castle Dracula in Transylvania for what he believes to be a routine deal with the nobleman Count Dracula. Harker soon... Read More

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  • Duende/Faust/The Rape of Lucrece

    Lorca's Duende is an interactive lecture devised by the company that explores the dark sold at the centre of art/Encounter a devil in Goethe's Faust in a new version by Gareth Jandrell/Rapist and... Read More

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  • Eastern European for Dummies

    Sit down, listen up and take note of some essential survival techniques as you are taken on an anthropological journey towards understanding Eastern Europeans with the aid of a bizarre... Read More

    CLOSES 19 SEP 2014
  • The Edge of Our Bodies

    Bernadette is 16. She is pregnant. Her boyfriend doesn't know. Much more importantly than all that, however, is that she will soon be auditioning for her high school's production of Genet's The... Read More

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  • Elephants

    5.53pm. Christmas Eve. Richard and Sally are waiting for their friends and family to join in the festivities - the tree is decorated, the wine is mulling, the presents are wrapped. But beneath this... Read More

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  • Emilia Galotti

    Lessing's Emilia Galotti is a tale of absolute power, lust and honour. This Enlightenment-era tragedy tells the story of the virtuous Emilia, whose wedding day starts a chain of events which... Read More

    CLOSES 13 SEP 2014
  • An Enemy of the People

    Dr Stockmann attempts to expose a water pollution scandal in his home town - about to set itself up as a spa - but his brother conspires with newspapers and politicians to suppress the story. When... Read More

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  • England Expects

    Vesta Tilley was music hall's greatest male impersonator. Vesta's role in recruiting thousands of men made her the darling of the establishment but as the brutal reality of the First World War... Read More

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  • Epstein: The Man Who Made The Beatles

    Epstein is a long-awaited theatrical production celebrating the life of former Beatles manager Brian Epstein. It is a one man multi-media play with live music. Brian Epstein's short life was... Read More

    CLOSES 6 SEP 2014
  • Eric and Little Ern

    This affectionate, moving and fantastically funny homage to the greatest comedy double act that Britain has ever seen vividly brings back warm memories of a bygone era. Recreating some of the... Read More

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  • Eugene Onegin

    A classic Russian tale which traces the story of someone moving from the rural life of the provinces to the pomp of St Petersburg. Looks at class divides, unrequited love and bitter... Read More

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  • The Eye of a Needle

    Laurence loves to go out, get wrecked and rave to dub step. He pays for it with a job at UK Immigration Control. Deciding who does or doesn't get to stay in the country is hard enough without a... Read More

    CLOSES 20 SEP 2014
  • Far Away

    With a new government imminent and a world divided about healing the planet, Far Away tells the story of a love affair played out against the odds. A young girl is far from home. It's late and she... Read More

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  • Farinelli and the King

    History is bejewelled with mysteries. Italy, 1731. Farinelli, the world's most famous castrato, is rich, adored and lauded with honours. His divine voice has the power to captivate all who hear it.... Read More

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  • Fierce

    Felicity's run away. She may have accidentally murdered her step-dad, left her lovely mum in the lurch, and forgotten her shoes, but now she's in the Big Smoke and she's determined to make it big.... Read More

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  • Fight Night

    In the run-up to the general election, join the Unicorn for Fight Night - an immersive exploration of the intricacies and traps of voting systems and democracy in the media. Award-winning Belgian... Read More

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  • Fireworks (Al'ab Nariya)

    "There's no-one in the streets but us. You run that way and I'll run this way. Whoever gets back to the front door first and without getting shot, wins." In a Palestinian town eleven year-old Lubna... Read More

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  • First Episode

    Oxford, 1933. Tony and David have been best friends throughout their time at university, but does their loyalty go deeper? When Tony falls in love with the beautiful movie star Margot Gresham, in... Read More

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  • The Flouers O'Edinburgh

    A sparkling period satire on the aftermath of the 1707 Acts of Union, the Scottish Enlightenment and the battle between the Scots and English tongues. Edinburgh in the mid 18th century. The... Read More

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  • Flowers of The Forest

    A time shift work set in London in 1934 and in Sussex from 1914 to 1916, the play tells the story of the Jacklyn family torn apart by the Great War. Tackling the issues of how the conflict had a... Read More

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  • Four Minutes Twelve Seconds

    Seventeen year old Jack is the apple of his mother's eye. Di and David have devoted their whole lives to giving him every opportunity they never had - and now Jack is smart, outgoing, and well on... Read More

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  • Freak

    'They think I am the most beautiful thing in the world. And I don't mind being a thing. I don't want their respect. I want only their animal desire'. Georgie is 30 with dirty secrets. She drinks in... Read More

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  • Fred and Madge

    Fred and Madge are an ordinary 50s suburban couple. They lead dull, boring lives; they hold down empty, meaningless jobs. Their marriage is slowly breaking up. The future looks bleak. But Fred and... Read More

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  • Free

    How far would you run to find freedom? A hard-hitting story of two teenagers, brought together through the dynamic discipline of free-running. Kris and Zara share a city but can't find a place to... Read More

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  • Free

    How far would you run to find freedom? A hard-hitting story of two teenagers, brought together through the dynamic discipline of free-running. Kris and Zara share a city but can't find a place to... Read More

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  • Ghost From a Perfect Place

    Back in the swinging sixties, Travis Flood led a gang that terrorised East London. Now, after an absence of many years, he returns to find his old turf in the clutches of a new kind of gang - with... Read More

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  • Girls Like That

    Flash. click. Buzz. Did you get the picture? ''Sket, skank, slapper, you deserve everything coming to you'' What would you do if a naked photograph of you went viral and you couldn't stop it,... Read More

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  • Go See

    Go See, is a provocative and bold exploration of personal, cultural, and sexual identity as told through Marie, a women working in a sex booth on 42nd St. David, an anthropologist visits her... Read More

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  • God Bless the Child

    "When he was small and his parents told him if he was good he would get a sweet, the boy knew it was not true. Getting the sweet had nothing to do with being good." 'Badger Do Best' has landed,... Read More

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  • Golem

    An exploration of the wonderful Jewish legend of the Golem of Prague, one of the 'German folktales' which must have inspired Mary Shelley's fevered fantasy, Frankenstein.The danger lies not in... Read More

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  • The Green Bay Tree

    A 1930s study of gay desire and control. Telling the story of a beautiful young man as he is forced to choose between the love of his fiancee and the lifestyle of his male mentor, the work is a... Read More

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  • Hamlet

    Written between 1599 and 1601. The play, set in Denmark, recounts how Prince Hamlet exacts revenge on his uncle Claudius, who has murdered Hamlet's father, the King, and then taken the throne and... Read More

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  • He Had Hairy Hands

    A tale of supernatural slaughter. Combining beautiful visuals, original music, quite an important pigeon and several different coats, He Had Hairy Hands will take you on a dark, tangled journey... Read More

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  • Hello Norma Jeane

    Elderly Essex grandmother LYNNIE has escaped from her old people's home in Stockthorpe-on-Sea and fled 8,000 miles across the Atlantic to Hollywood, Los Angeles. There, she has holed herself up in... Read More

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  • Henry IV Part I

    With his crown under threat from enemies both foreign and domestic, Henry IV prepares for war. Having deposed the previous king, he is only too aware how tenuous his position is, and the price to... Read More

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  • Henry IV Part I

    With his crown under threat from enemies both foreign and domestic, Henry IV prepares for war. Having deposed the previous king, he is only too aware how tenuous his position is, and the price to... Read More

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  • Henry IV Part II

    King Henry's health is failing as a second rebellion threatens to surface. Intent on securing his legacy, he is uncertain that Hal is a worthy heir, believing him more concerned with earthly... Read More

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  • The Hive

    In a world where everybody lives in isolation, is it possible to re-connect? The Hive is a story about rediscovering human connection, in an environment where over time people have become totally... Read More

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  • Hope

    "We live in an age of cuts. We are a working class town, that's our strength - and in the current climate, our weakness." How do you save 22 million pounds? Mark and Hilary, the leaders of the... Read More

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  • The House That Will Not Stand

    New Orleans, 1836. Following an era of French colonial rule and relative racial acceptance, Louisiana's 'free people of color' are prospering. Beartrice has become one of the city's wealthiest... Read More

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  • How to Disappear Completely

    Itai Erdal is an award winning lighting designer. He's also a gifted storyteller who draws on a life fully lived between his birthplace, Jerusalem, and his current home in Vancouver. In How to... Read More

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  • How to Hold Your Breath

    "Because we live in Europe. Because nothing really bad happens. The worst is a bit of an inconvenience. Perhaps not such a good mini break. But really in the grand scheme of life, not so bad."... Read More

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  • (I Feel Fine)

    Boy meets girl. Girl meets boy. Boy and girl have a wonderful night together. And in the morning it's the start of the beginning of the end of the world... (i feel fine) is a love story, set in the... Read More

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  • I Think I'm a Feminist

    "If you all believe in equality between men and women, why aren't you all feminists?" Worklight Theatre, an all male company, ask what is the male role in gender equality? And as individuals who... Read More

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  • Islands

    "This is my world, I am the king, I make the rules and everyone else can go to hell. This is off-shore." Islands is an illuminating, absurd and powerful new show about tax havens, little empires,... Read More

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  • Jekyll and Hyde

    An exploration of the good and bad within us all in which Dr Jekyll develops drugs that separate out the good and evil in a man - his intention is to create pure good but the eveil takes over as... Read More

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  • Joan of Arc

    A young girl shuns her father's arranged marriage to fight on the battlefield. She is prepared to die for her country following her calling from God. Yet a snap decision in combat threatens her... Read More

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  • Jock: Scotland on Trial

    A police interview room. Jock has been hauled in for a crime he says he didn't commit: theft from other countries. He has been spotted at the scene but was he manipulated by his bosses? Was he... Read More

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  • Julius Caesar

    Victorious and valiant, yet proud and tyrannical, Julius Caesar is murdered by his closest allies. But the assassination divides Rome and bitter war begins.Further details to be annouced Read More

    CLOSES 11 OCT 2014
  • Julius Caesar

    When Caesar returns to Rome from the wars a virtual dictator, Brutus and his republican friends resolve that his ambition must be curbed - which in Rome can mean only one thing: the great general... Read More

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  • Killing Kit

    Detailing the life, work and death of Christopher Marlowe, the play uses language and ideas as potent as any in theatre to expose key origins and political secrets lying behind contemporary... Read More

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  • The King's Speech

    Bertie, the Duke of York, was never meant to be King. Shy, fragile, afflicted with profound stuttering, his occasional public speeches were a torment to himself and worse to those forced to... Read More

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  • The Knight of the Burning Pestle

    Mrs. Herring the grocer s wife may not know much about ‘the art of theatre , but she knows what she likes - and she insists upon getting it. She doesn t want to see lewdness, violence, incest and... Read More

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  • The Last Days of Mankind The Last Night

    Karl Kraus's epic response to the outbreak of WW1, its impact on the lives of the people, and the role of the media, is made up of over 200 scenes across five Acts, one for each year of the war,... Read More

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  • Liberian Girl

    "War is not the answer. Peace is the answer. On the other hand..." Between 1989 and 2003 the Civil War in Liberia saw over 200,000 people killed, a million others displaced into refugee camps, and... Read More

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  • The Lion

    One man, six guitars and a story of love, loss and survival.Running time: 1hr 10mins Read More

    CLOSES 7 SEP 2014
  • Little Red Hen

    Glasgow in the 1970s. The battle for Scottish independence is underway, and young Henrietta wants to join the activist movement fighting to free Scotland from English rule. Until her ancient,... Read More

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  • Little Revolution

    In the summer of 2011, London was burning. Alecky Blythe took her dictaphone to the streets. Little Revolution explores the stories of a community brought together and divided. Read More

    CLOSES 4 OCT 2014
  • Long Story Short

    Our lives are getting shorter. We live in a world of Wikipedia, Tinder chats and Twitter feeds - an information age of anything, anytime. With newspapers staying on shelves and journalists in the... Read More

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  • Lost in the Neuron Forest

    Funfairs and sea air, first meetings and fond farewells: but the memories are fading fast. Unwilling to become lost in the ever-shifting landscape of her past, Edna seeks out ways of learning... Read More

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  • The Love & Devotion of Ridley Smith

    Ridley Smith leads a high-powered life of business deals and table-dancers, but when he successfully cons a client to help the company, he begins to ask: what does all this money do? Determined to... Read More

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  • The Love Shack

    Chad McCarty, a spoilt brat and son a notorious Californian mob boss is celebrating his birthday in one of the most run down bars in Los Angeles with a group of friends. Richard Long, an investment... Read More

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  • Love Sick

    These two alien ambassadors have travelled millions of miles to find out if love is the drug they need to save their dying planet. It's in the air, it's in the way you comb your hair.. but what on... Read More

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  • A Mad World, My Masters

    London, Soho... 1956. Where glamour rubs up against filth, and likes it; where the posh mix with musicians, whores and racketeers; where 'virginity is no city trade', and where a dashingly... Read More

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  • The Man Who Woke Up Dead

    Influenced by 1950s film noir and the dystopian worlds of George Orwell, The Man Who Woke Up Dead is a dark, claustrophobic nightmare, akin to the thrillers of Alfred Hitchcock, exploring the... Read More

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  • Marry me a Little

    What can you do on a Saturday Night alone? It's a question one young man and woman have to address as they struggle into their respective studio apartments, burdened by plants, groceries and that... Read More

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  • The Massacre at Paris

    The play is considered Marlowe's most dangerous work, based around the St Bartholomew's Day massacre which saw the systematic murder and execution of thousands of Protestants, instigated by the... Read More

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  • Me & my Friend

    A black comedy, the play explores the relationship between two 'odd' couples thrown prematurely out of hospital care. In the downstairs flat are Oz, who has never recovered from his mother's death,... Read More

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  • The Me Plays

    A semi-autobiographical look at growing up in Wembley, complete with discussions of male body image, internet pornography, Roman Catholic schools, rap music and God. In the first play, Junkie, 'Me'... Read More

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  • Merely: Julius Caesar

    Shakespeare stripped-back. No set. No props. No costumes. The actors. The words. The story. "The play's the thing". Led by Artistic Director Scott Ellis, The Merely Players have developed an... Read More

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  • Metamorphosis/The Man With the Flower in his Mouth/Medea

    Gregor Samsa is experiencing a unique transformation in Kafka's Metamorphosis in a new version by Gareth Jandrell/Pirandello's The Man with the Flower in his Mouth is disarmingly... Read More

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  • A Midsummer Night's Dream (As You Like It)

    Amongst the chaos of an auditorium that hasn't finished being built, the mechanicals are rehearsing for their big performance. Striving to be the best, they are now starting to get nervous.... Read More

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  • A Midsummer Night's Dream With Music

    On a midsummer's night Hermia and her lover Lysander flee from Athens and Demetrius - the man Hermia's father favours as a son-in-law. Demetrius follows, pursued by Helena who loves him in spite of... Read More

    CLOSES 7 SEP 2014
  • Mind the Gap

    Each day 3 million pairs of feet pound the platforms of London Underground, but one of those pairs is moving a little slower - taking a moment to stop, listen and smile. In 1969 Oswald Laurence... Read More

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  • Mistaken

    A quartet of plays for one actor. Four very different characters in four short plays about how easy it is to get life wrong. Through the stories of a football fanatic reuniting with an old friend,... Read More

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  • Mojo

    Winner of 1996 Olivier Award for Best Comedy and 1995 Evening Standard Award for Best Newcomer. Mojo is set in 1950s Soho, where a group of would-be entertainment entrepreneurs with petty crime... Read More

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  • The Monotonous Drum

    Originally a poem, The Monotonous Drum is an urgent, spoken word, theatrical performance intercut with increasingly self aware film, exploring the overarching question: "when will we women be taken... Read More

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  • Museum of Memories

    With warmth, music and humour, 5 actor-musicians tell the story of someone they have lost. Museum of Memories is an exploration of life, death and memory; the the way that one life touches another,... Read More

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  • My Perfect Mind

    Acclaimed classical actor Edward Petherbridge rehearsed the role of King Lear - then a major stroke left him barely able to move. As he struggled to recover, he made a discovery: the entire role of... Read More

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  • Next Fall

    Next Fall portrays the ups and downs of Adam and Luke's long term relationship and how they make it work - despite their differences. Luke is devoutly religious, while Adam is an atheist. However,... Read More

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  • Novello & Son

    In 1938,Madame Clara Novello Davies - singer, pianist, conductor, one of Cardiff's most famous daughters - looks back at her life, and her relationship with her son, Ivor, whose unexpected fame has... Read More

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  • The Novice Detective

    Mixing theatre, storytelling and comedy, a tale of a missing father and his daughter's search to find him with the help of the audience. Read More

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  • Othello

    Othello, a Moor, falls in love with Desdemona but is broken by jealousy falsely encouraged. Shakespeare's most human play sets delicacy and power, trust and jealousy, love and hate, good and evil... Read More

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  • Our Town

    Set in 1901, this Pulitzer Prize winning play Our Town is not just a picture of life in a small American community, or a speculation about the conditions of life after death. It is also an attempt... Read More

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  • Peer Gynt

    Peer Gynt sweeps around the world in a fruitless search for power and glory - outwitting wedding guests, trolls and a belly dancing con-woman who are all intent on bringing him down. Eventually... Read More

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  • Pentecost Part of The Iron Curtain. A David Edgar Trilogy

    In a Balkan country shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall, curator Gabriella Pecs unearths a church fresco that could rewrite art history. As a nasty debate over the painting's authenticity... Read More

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  • The Piano Man

    In 2005, a suited man washed up on the Kent coast with no recollection of where he came from, how he got there and who he was. He could not speak. No one could recognise him. But he could play... Read More

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  • Picnic

    A lone soldier takes shelter in a trench, clearly frightened and unused to war. While he wonders what time the battle will start and in which direction he should throw the grenades, a surprise... Read More

    CLOSES 19 SEP 2014
  • Pitcairn

    In the southern Pacific Ocean on the remote island of Pitcairn, the infamous mutineers of The Bounty, led by Fletcher Christian (or should it be Titreano?), begin to establish a new society... Read More

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  • Plastic Figurines

    "Mum told me that there was something in his brain that was different, she said that he liked to put his toys in lines." Rose loves her brother Mikey. Mikey loves Rose, Bruce Willis films and the... Read More

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  • The Point of No Return

    The country is in a state of siege. The capital is on fire. Riot-police, specialist units and snipers are fighting the mob violently. Protesters are arming themselves with homemade weapons,... Read More

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  • Postscript

    Once a month, we will be presenting a new play and inviting our audience to share their reactions with the writer. Following our successful launch week in June, Skylight will be working with... Read More

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  • Postscript

    Once a month, we will be presenting a new play and inviting our audience to share their reactions with the writer. Following our successful launch week in June, Skylight will be working with... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Postscript

    Once a month, we will be presenting a new play and inviting our audience to share their reactions with the writer. Following our successful launch week in June, Skylight will be working with... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Potted Sherlock

    All sixty Sherlock stories in seventy elementary minutes! This delicious romp through the canon of Arthur Conan Doyle is fabulous fun for the whole family. See it first at these exclusive London... Read More

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  • Private View

    Private View uses dance, verbatim text and vast amounts of chocolate cake to look at the ideals forced on today's young women. Part love song, part hate mail, and constantly questioning. How can... Read More

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  • A Project Codenamed Remote

    Imagine you're in a theatre of the future, powered by an algorithm. "We're here to help you be more like people like you. And we know that people like you like choice". Following successful outings... Read More

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  • Prometheus/John Garial Borkmann/Dogs Dialogue

    Prometheus is bound by dark government secrets in Will Gore's new version of Aeschylus' classic/Ibsen's John Gabriel Borkmann falls from grace in snowy isolation, adapted by Mark Leipacher/A young... Read More

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  • The Proposal/To Be a Wife

    In response to the legislations allowing same-sex marriage in the UK & alongside the widely discussed discrimination of LGBT people in Russia, we are giving Anton Chekhov's one-act-classic 'The... Read More

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  • Punishment without Revenge

    Punishment without Revenge is a dark and thrilling drama, an audacious blend of unbearable tension and delicious comedy, which both terrifies and delights. The Duke of Ferrara has lived a wild and... Read More

    CLOSES 6 SEP 2014
  • Push

    Precious Jones lives in Harlem with her mother who beats and abuses her. She wants Precious to stay home, eat herself fat and keep the welfare checks coming. At age twelve Precious has her first... Read More

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  • Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope

    From a conventional Surrey upbringing to international notoriety via The Naked Civil Servant, Quentin Crisp was an extraordinary raconteur and wit. This new solo performance shows Quentin both in... Read More

    CLOSES 7 SEP 2014
  • Rachel

    Rachel is a young, educated, middle-class woman. But she is born into an African-American family in the early 20th century - a world in which ignorance and violence prevail. While her family and... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Radar 2014

    Now in its third year, the Bush Theatre's annual festival returns this November to shine a spotlight on the hottest new writing talent from around the world. Featuring stimulating talks, stirring... Read More

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  • Red Like Embers Contemporary Voices From Brazil

    Brazil: the home of the carnival and a hot-bed of political protest, a land of natural beauty with a history of brutality. Theatre503 and CAL Arts present a festival of plays, talks and performance... Read More

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  • Reptember

    Peter Brook award-winning ensemble The Faction returns with a rep season of solo performances. With new adaptations from exciting emerging writers Will Gore, Gareth Jandrell and Emily Juniper.... Read More

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  • The Retold Ramayana

    And this is our Rama, as created by comic book artist Jim Connolly. Jim and I spent an afternoon at the Comics Unmasked exhibition at the British Library in search of inspiration for our cast of... Read More

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  • Ring

    You may not know other participants by name but you will recognise them. They have driven you home from airports. They have employed you. They have smiled across crowded pubs. They have cut your... Read More

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  • The Rivals

    Restoration comedy about social morals and hypocrisy. Mrs Malaprop, the infamous Queen of the Dictionary, is horrified. Her niece, the rich and beautiful Lydia Languish, is in love and wants to... Read More

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  • Romeo and Juliet

    The story of frustrated young (illegally young in modern terms) love and death and the vendetta between two families in a tight-knit Italian community. One of Shakespeare's most popular and... Read More

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  • The Royal Duchess Superstore

    The Royal Duchess Superstore tells the story of Terry, recently returned to East London following a long stretch in prison. The play highlights the changes that have taken place in his local area... Read More

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  • Run

    We want more. We do. And why shouldn't we have it? We've worked hard, educated, cultured and motivated ourselves. We're hungry. Our greatest leaps of understanding have always been born from the... Read More

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  • Seminar

    Four aspiring young writers have paid big bucks to seek wisdom at the feet of the caustic Leonard - once a celebrated novelist, now a cantankerous editor, teacher and grandstanding chronicler of... Read More

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  • Send More Paper

    An uplifting tale about murder. There is a place where people are dropping like flies. A place where people change what is possible. A place where they order a lot of flypaper. Send More Paper is... Read More

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  • Shadow Boxing

    Flynn is a talented young boxer following in his fathers footsteps. Unlike his father however, Flynn is good...maybe even the best. But Flynn carries in his heart a dangerous secret that threatens... Read More

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  • The Shape of the Table Part of The Iron Curtain. A David Edgar Trilogy

    "When the Wall came tumbling down, the battle for power had just begun." On 9 November, 1989, against all expectations, the Berlin Wall came crashing down. The next morning, British playwright... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Shoot, I Didn't Mean That

    With a 'Sieg Heil' here and a bang bang there, life is like a bunch of poppy fields. This dark comedy follows four women's surreal downfall as they become intoxicated by the great wars. This isn't... Read More

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  • Shooting with Light

    In 1934 a young German refugee flees to Paris and discovers the genius of photography. She reinvents herself as Gerda Taro, becoming one of the pioneering women to photograph the front line. In... Read More

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  • Shorts @ The Courtyard

    The Courtyard Theatre and Taking the Mick Theatre Company present a festival of exciting, new and ground-breaking plays.From horrors to comedies the night will have everything with 8 great shows. Read More

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  • The Silence of Snow: The Life of Patrick Hamilton

    The Silence of Snow: The Life of Patrick Hamilton tells, for the first time in any medium, the extraordinary, turbulent true story of novelist and playwright Patrick Hamilton (1904-1962), author of... Read More

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  • Solfatara

    What happens when your fear comes round for dinner, and your deepest, darkest thoughts refuse to lie low? Solfatara def: openings in volcanic terrain that emit hot, sulphurous gases. We are full... Read More

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  • St. George is Cross

    In this comedy play Britain is under a constant threat and only one man knows how to stop it all. It may look like the EU but this man knows that's just a face for something altogether more... Read More

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  • Stacy

    Everyone's favourite child is having difficulty adjusting to adulthood. Surely after a while 'just good friends' just becomes more... This sharp and unsettling play follows Rob as he attempts to... Read More

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  • Starlore for Beginners and Other Plays

    A series of short plays by Samantha Ellis, the acclaimed playwright behind Cling To Me Like Ivy (Birmingham Rep) and best-selling author of How To Be A Heroine (Chatto & Windus). Can a former... Read More

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  • State Red

    Richard and Joyce have just returned home from the House of Lords - another late, boozy, gruelling, important social event that further cements Richard's chance of being promoted to Commissioner... Read More

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  • The Still

    Over the upcoming years Improbable will be collaborating with a series of unique and diverse practitioners. Each will be an expert in their chosen field, often from outside of theatre. They will... Read More

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  • Storm Work in Progress

    Set in a bunker, threatened by the storms of climate change, audiences take refuge with Moon Fool's international company, Moon Fool. Storm is a powerhouse of total theatre, recreating... Read More

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  • A Streetcar Named Desire

    Blanche DuBois arrives in New Orleans to visit her sister Stella. In the seedy apartment she shares with her brutish husband Stanley, the truth about Blanche unfolds. The delicate, hopeless,... Read More

    CLOSES 19 SEP 2014
  • A Sudden Burst of Blinding Light

    Jude Beringer thinks she's going mad. Then she meets Leon, a young card magician who can make people disappear. What follows is a wildly entertaining journey through the minds of two young people... Read More

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  • The Talented Mr Ripley

    Tom Ripley is sent to Italy to help persuade Dickie Greenleaf home to his American parents. As they strike up a friendship, he is seduced by Dickie’s luxurious carefree existence. He will do... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Tales from the MP3

    20 Stories High bring real teenagers onto the stage to tell real tales straight from their MP3 players. As they hear the words in their headphones, they deliver line for line to the audience what... Read More

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  • Tartuffe

    The religious hypocrite Tartuffe has wormed his way into the once ordered household and vulnerable heart of substantial merchant Orgon. Under the guise of piety, he looks set to succeed in driving... Read More

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  • Teh Internet is Serious Business

    "We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us." Tim Price, author of Protest Song about the Occupy movement and National Theatre Wales' The Radicalisation of... Read More

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  • Theatre Uncut

    Top international playwrights respond to the current political situation with short, sharp new pieces of work. Theatre Uncut was established in 2011 to encourage debate and galvanise action around... Read More

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  • 'Tis Pity She's a Whore

    The course of true love never did run smooth - Giovanni and Annabella love each other deeply but there is a barrier between them that means that they can never be together - for that would be... Read More

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  • To Kill a Mockingbird

    The place is Maycomb, Alabama in the Great Depression years of the 1930s. Momentous events unfold through the eyes of eight year old Scout Finch, growing up in a close knit neighbourhood with her... Read More

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  • Tom & Jerry: A Love Story `

    Tom & Jerry is the history of a relationship in four chaotic chapters. From their first ridiculous meeting onwards, Tom and Jerry are a couple chasing completely different goals, and yet... Read More

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  • Troilus and Cressida

    Written around 1601 the play is set in Troy and the Greek camp outside the walls during the great siege. Trolius loves Cressida, daughter of a Trojan priest who has defected. The siege goes on all... Read More

    CLOSES 6 SEP 2014
  • True West

    Two contrasting visions of America, imagined through the different characters of two brothers: Southern California. Austin, a Los Angeles screenwriter, is house-sitting for his mother while he puts... Read More

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  • Uncle Vanya

    Set on a crumbling country estate, Uncle Vanya is the tale of two obsessive love affairs that lead nowhere, and a flirtation that brings disaster. The irascible Vanya and his niece Sonya have... Read More

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  • Unidentified Item in the Bagging Area

    This outrageous and dark comedy explores the pursuit of one's own happiness in a close up, candid look at the unfair, undeniable and really shit parts of the human condition that keep us together... Read More

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  • The Unquiet Grave of Garcia Lorca

    It is 1936 with Spain riven with violence and poised on the outbreak of the Spanish Civil war. A respectable London publisher with under-cover M16 connections helps arrange for two young blondes... Read More

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  • Usagi Yojimbo

    17th Century Japan. A world of bandit racoons, feline ninjas and warring animal clans. A young rabbit leaves home, family and friends behind him in pursuit of one ambition: to become a great... Read More

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  • Ventoux

    '?The Ventoux is a God of Evil, to which sacrifices must be made. It never forgives weakness and extracts an unfair tribute of suffering.' Roland Barthes Lance Armstrong's sacrifice to Mont Ventoux... Read More

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  • The Vikings of Helgeland

    At the close of the first millennium, on the fringes of the Arctic Circle, an old lie has slept for years. When visitors from the past enter the twilight, winter world of Helgeland, the lie wakes... Read More

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  • Virgins Die Horny

    The story of Katie, a 38-year old woman married for the third time in ten years. Jimmy, her second husband crashes the honeymoon, drunk and suicidal, holding Katie and her new husband, James,... Read More

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  • Visitors

    In a farmhouse at the edge of Salisbury Plain, a family is falling apart. Stephen can't afford to put his mother into care; Arthur can't afford to stop working and look after his wife. When a young... Read More

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  • Waiting for Godot

    Vladimir and Estragon are waiting. Two old men whose compulsion to wait for a visit from the indescribable Godot forces them to pass the time in the only way they can; with and for each other.... Read More

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  • The Wallace

    A country without rule. A radical young freedom fighter. An elderly king. A thrilling and emotionally charged account of one of Scotland's greatest heroes. At 27, William Wallace is a little known... Read More

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  • White Ted and the Right to Die

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  • White Ted and the Right to Die

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  • Who Do We Think We Are?

    In the year of the centenary of the start of the First World War, this debut production offers a very personal take on the last hundred years of history, from 1914 to the present day. Based on the... Read More

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  • The Wild Duck

    A happy family is thrown into disarray by the arrival of an idealist, in Ibsen's 1884 drama. Should the truth be pursued, whatever the cost? The idealistic son of a wealthy businessman seeks to... Read More

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  • Wingman

    Wingman, a new father-son comedy, is the shambling story of very distant close relations from Richard Marsh, the writer of Fringe First winning Dirty Great Love Story and Radio 4 show Love &... Read More

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  • Winter Solstice

    A nineteenth century witch, a pair of Arctic explorers, and a feuding mother and daughter all have something in common. On the Winter Solstice - the shortest and darkest day of the year - how will... Read More

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  • The Winter's Tale

    'Pray you, sit by us, and tell's a tale. Merry or sad shall't be? As merry as you will. A sad tale's best for winter.' A tale of passion, jealousy, fantasy and fairytale, the play charts the... Read More

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  • The Wolf from the Door

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  • The Woman in the Moon

    First performed before Queen Elizabeth I circa 1590, this is the first professional run in 400 years. Mixing astrology, myth, magic and farce, The Woman in the Moon is set in Utopia, where Lyly... Read More

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  • Woman of Flowers

    What happens when you want a different life to the one chosen for you? A story of desire, duty, deceit and revenge. An innovative re-telling of an ancient Welsh myth where nothing is quite as it... Read More

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  • Woyzeck

    Georg Buchner died aged 26, a victim of typhoid fever. Unknown during his short lifetime he nevertheless left behind a valuable body of work, one of which is this, his only unfinished piece, but... Read More

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  • Wuthering Heights

    The story of Heathcliff and Cathy - tragic lovers. Heathcliff and Catherine's union results in the destruction of many lives, despair and revenge.'Featuring overly high drama, romantic violence, a... Read More

    CLOSES 5 SEP 2014
  • You Should Be So Lucky - A contemporary gay Cinderella story!

    When the shy, eccentric and accident prone electrologist Christopher helps the elderly Mr Rosenberg recover from a fainting fit he's not expecting to be sent off to meet his Prince Charming at a... Read More

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