FUNERAL FLOWERS

FUNERAL FLOWERS
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15 April – 4 May 2019 It’s an intimate act, inviting strangers into your house. We trail up the stairs of this seemingly normal Broughton Street tenement and…

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Tartuffe – National Theatre

Tartuffe – National Theatre
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John Donnelly’s contemporary revision of Moliere’s classic comedy Tartuffe will strike an immediate chord with anyone who’s ever witnessed the undignified spectacle of a friend fawning unquestioning adulation…

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The American Clock by Arthur Miller

The American Clock by Arthur Miller
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As The Old Vic celebrates 50 years of Arthur Miller, we are brought The American Clock, written in and first shown in 1980. Set in America in the…

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TOP GIRLS

TOP GIRLS
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by Caryl Churchill Previews from 26 March, press night 3 April, playing until 22 June with additional performances to be announced. Marlene is the first woman to head…

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LATE NIGHT SPECIAL FEATURE: CLUB FATALE

LATE NIGHT SPECIAL FEATURE: CLUB FATALE
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Come on, babe Why don’t we paint the town? Who says that partying is not an art? Ladies and gentlemen and all those in between, are you ready…

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THE NATIONAL THEATRE’S 2019 RIVER STAGE LINE UP ANNOUNCED

THE NATIONAL THEATRE’S 2019 RIVER STAGE LINE UP ANNOUNCED
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THE GLORY, SHUBBAK FESTIVAL, NATIONAL PARK CITY FESTIVAL AND FRANTIC ASSEMBLY The National Theatre today announces the creative partners for the 2019 River Stage Festival. The annual festival…

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Cougar – Orange Tree Theatre, London

Cougar – Orange Tree Theatre, London
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Writer: Rose Lewenstein Director: Chelsea Walker Reviewer: Scott Matthewman One of the many downsides to corporate travel is that every hotel room ends up looking much the same…

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Icarus – Unicorn Theatre, London

Icarus – Unicorn Theatre, London
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Writer: Katrin Lange Translator: Purni Morell Director: Cressida Brown Reviewer: Mike Wells We all know of the boy who flew too close to the sun, but this incarnation…

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My Dad’s Gap Year – Park Theatre, London

My Dad’s Gap Year – Park Theatre, London
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Writer: Tom Wright Director: Rikki Beadle-Blair Reviewer: Stephen Bates For all its modern touches, My Dad’s Gap Year draws its humour from a well-tried and tested source –…

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Tesseract – Barbican Theatre, London

Tesseract – Barbican Theatre, London
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Director: Charles Atlas Choreographers: Rashoun Mitchell and Silas Riener Reviewer: Scott Matthewman While 3D movie going is these days primarily confined to superhero movies and CGI animations, its usage often…

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