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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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Bored of Knives

Bored of Knives

A psychopath and a shut-in reminisce about a deeply troubled childhood in this over-ambitious yet touching two-hander. Bitching [...]

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Next Time

Next Time

Blending the zany sci-fi humour of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy with the equally offbeat cheeriness of The Good Place, [...]

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Hymn, Almeida Theatre

Hymn, Almeida Theatre

‘Writing at its most perceptive’

Lolita Chakrabarti’s (prestigious writer with the best name in existence) new piece is concerned [...]

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The Fabulist Fox Sister

The Fabulist Fox Sister

Bones are good, Structural, essential, underpinning. But what if the skin… could do with some moisturising? Streamed from the [...]

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Swimming Home, your bathroom

Swimming Home, your bathroom

Silvia Mercuriali’s most recent Autoteatro piece is an experience fit for 2020; isolated, inward-looking, and dripping [...]

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