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Persephone

Persephone

‘Overly ambitious but spirited’

The things I’ll do for theatre are many and at times ludicrous. But braving a particularly wet and [...]
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Overflow

Overflow

‘A moving, breathing piece of creativity’

As the good-looking, moneyed masses of Sadler’s Wells filter into the space, they are [...]
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Peter Pan

Peter Pan

Visit an almost 2000-year-old, outdoor theatre, in June? What could possibly go wrong? The Maltings Theatre’s ambitious adaptation [...]

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The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

‘A pleasant if not particularly original experience’

Dramatising the popular German fairytale by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, new [...]

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The Picture of Dorian Gray

The Picture of Dorian Gray

Stars combine and theatres from east to west collaborate for a digital recontextualising of Oscar Wilde’s seminal novel. But can [...]

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The Regina Monologues

The Regina Monologues

From the heart of St Albans (Maltings Theatre to be precise) and shot straight to your home, this production drags the wives of [...]

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