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Rasheeda Speaking

Rasheeda Speaking

The world of office politics can sometimes be a petty microcosm of the worst side of human nature. As someone who has worked in an [...]

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Cowpuncher

Cowpuncher

Can a show that blends the different skills of a famous choreographer, composer and fashion designer work? In this production, the [...]

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The Two Noble Kinsmen

The Two Noble Kinsmen

William Shakespeare’s little known and last project (in collaboration with John Fletcher) has been rather forgotten by the [...]

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TriOperas

TriOperas

Did you ever want to watch 3 incredibly complex operas slimmed down into 35-minute slots? Simplified beyond all rhyme and reason? No? [...]

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Stroke Odysseys

Stroke Odysseys

Theatre is at its best when it has a link to reality. Instead of existing in a world of smoke and mirrors, theatre can be a force for [...]

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A Sockful of Custard

A Sockful of Custard

An explosion of silliness in a world that has become too cynical, A Sockful of Custard is a celebration of the influential post-war [...]

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Chess

Chess

So, you thought the 80s were all power ballads and big hair? Well…. you were partly right, but Chess proves that along with the [...]

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Split Ends

Split Ends

Sometimes a piece of theatre can aim too high, extending its hands out far beyond its actual reach, trying for something admirably [...]

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The Garden

The Garden

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be stranded in a garden with someone you find vaguely irritating while only surviving [...]

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Thirsty!

Thirsty!

The quote “namaste, bitches” encapsulates Thirsty! for me. In a cold, slightly dusty underground theatre in Waterloo – the Vaults – [...]

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