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Recent articles

Interview: Melissa Bubnic

Boys Will Be Boys by Melissa Bubnic comes to Bush Hall at the end of this mon

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Anatomy of Arithmetic, Courtyard Theatre - Review

“This is a story of boy meets girl, but you should know upfront, this is not a love story.”
500 Days Of Summer­­

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Macbeth, New Wimbledon Studio - Review

Macbeth, Arrows and Traps Theatre Company

Another thrilling new take on a Shakespeare classic by Arrows and Traps Theatre company.

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Richard III, Almeida Theatre - Review

Richard III as a character wasn't renowned for his love of women­­­, but as a play it has much to offer. The War of the Roses (of which Richard III bookends) was an unusual period in which women (at least within the aristocracy) had much more sway and real political power.  

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Hello, Stranger

This week (20-26 June) is Refugee Week and the theme is WELCOME, celebrating

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Interview: 9 Grams of Moon

9 Grams of Moon direct and design original urban fairy tales fusing live perf

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Female writers and performers experiment and innovate as the RADA Festival celebrates its 5th birthday.

RADA Festival 2016: Ten days of theatre re-imagined 22nd June - 2nd July 2016

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'BARE' at the Courtyard Theatre, 14th-16th July

BARE

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Latitude Festival - theatre line up 14th - 17th July

Theatre highlights at Latitude festival Thurs 14th - Sun 17th July

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