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Better Yesterday
Better Yesterday
4/16 - 4/20/2024


One evening in 1977, married stage actors Harold and Sylvia return home after performing in Macbeth. Over the course of the night, they come to ...

French bashing by a Frenchman!


Fresh from Vietnam, a past colony of France for more than 100 years, comes an expat Parisian to give you a better perspective on the ...

Life with Oscar
Life with Oscar
4/2 - 4/20/2024


In a frenetic on-stage exorcism, actor and filmmaker Nick Cohen relives his rollercoaster journey from South London to Sunset Boulevard. A double Oscar-winner on the ...

Made in India, Britain
Made in India, Britain
4/19 - 4/20/2024


Roo is a deaf Punjabi boy from Birmingham, living in a world that wasn't made for him. Through pain and laughter, Roo narrates the impact ...

Made in India, Britain
Made in India, Britain
4/19 - 4/20/2024


Roo is a deaf Punjabi boy from Birmingham, living in a world that wasn't made for him. Through pain and laughter, Roo narrates the impact ...

Pied Piper
Pied Piper
4/17 - 4/20/2024


Following the award-winning, five-star smash-hit stage show and BBC film, Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster, the BAC Beatbox Academy returns to the stage with ...

Poetry Plays
Poetry Plays
4/18 - 4/20/2024


POETRY PLAYS… ...with theatre. with music. it plays with dance. and storytelling. with puppets, pop-up books and film. poetry plays with poetry. with time. with ...

Polly (The Heartbreak Opera)
Polly (The Heartbreak Opera)
4/12 - 4/20/2024


In a tacky beach resort on a storm hit island we meet jilted brides, drag king politicians, a pregnant murderess, and a pirate boyband called ...

RSVP Bhangra


RSVP are spearheading the renaissance of live Bhangra in the UK, opening doors for other artists and introducing Bhangra to mainstream audiences for the first ...

SHIFT + SPACE | Black Bird by Jaelon Love


With inspiration from William Shakespeare’s Lady Macbeth, “ Black Bird ” is a commentary on and a reflection of the act of freedom and liberation ...

That'll Be The Day


Autumn 2023 Tour That’ll Be The Day is back on the road with another incredible show packed full of world class performances from Trevor and ...

Peppa Pig's Fun Day Out
Peppa Pig's Fun Day Out
4/20 - 4/21/2024


Peppa Pig is back in her oinktastic brand new live show, Fun Day Out! Join  Peppa , along with her family and friends as they ...

That'll Be The Day


Let the world’s leading Rock ’n‘ Roll show take you on a journey through the years, as together you celebrate the most iconic moments in ...

She
She
4/21 - 4/22/2024


Written and directed by Lee James Broadwood, starring Penny Tomai, and produced by Broadmai Productions,  She   is performing at the Drayton Arms Theatre in ...

Enid Blyton - Noddy, Big-Ears and Lashings of Controversy


On A Role presents Enid Blyton - Noddy, Big-Ears, and Lashings of Controversy. Wednesday 24 April Virtually everybody of a certain age has read an ...

Late Night Jazz: Women's Words, Sisters' Stories


Peggy Lee, Billie Holiday, Betty Carter and Abbey Lincoln weren’t just great jazz vocalists – they were also songwriters, who contributed some key works to ...

The Beauty of Being Herd


Do you ever feel like an outsider? Hannah is keen to fit in. In fact, she's tried very hard. She's decided now to say goodbye ...

The Rise and Fall of Margaret Thatcher


How Margaret Thatcher first won and then lost the Tory leadership. The Rise and Fall of Margaret Thatcher  begins after the Conservatives’ defeat in the ...

The Rise and Fall of Margaret Thatcher


How Margaret Thatcher first won and then lost the Tory leadership. The Rise and Fall of Margaret Thatcher  begins after the Conservatives’ defeat in the ...

A Midsummer's Night Dream
A Midsummer's Night Dream
4/24 - 4/27/2024


Experience the enchantment of Shakespeare’s timeless classic as it comes to life like never before in this all-new mesmerising production. Step into a world of ...

Ghost Stories of an Antiquary


It's the early 1940's London; as the bombs fall and the night draws in, our humble hall warden welcomes you to shelter against the oncoming ...

Little Boxes
Little Boxes
4/18 - 4/27/2024


Growing up in the East End to Irish immigrants, Joann Condon never thought she could become an actor because of her social background, weight and ...

The Tempest by William Shakespeare


The inaugural Burnt Orange Theatre REP Company present: The Tempest Marooned with his daughter on a remote island, an embittered man conjures a storm to ...

Absolution
Absolution
4/24 - 4/28/2024


ABSOLUTION ''Forgive me Father for I have sinned.'' A powerful new drama from the creator of the critically acclaimed "Windrush - The Betrayal. Written by ...

Classical Coffee Mornings: Dorian Rambaud


Violinist  Dorian Rambaud  plays works by Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Paganini and more, accompanied by pianist  Hongxu He . A hot drink and a pastry are included ...


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Review: THE BALLAD OF HATTIE AND JAMES, Kiln Theatre


by Franco Milazzo - April 19, 2024

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by Cindy Marcolina - April 19, 2024

Dante or Die are back with another site-specific venture. Burrowed underneath the cold dome of Stone Nest, Kiss Marry Kill feels right at home within the harsh and unholy environment of the venue. Set in a prison against the backdrop of violence, it reframes homophobia and imagines the first same-se...

Review: LONDON TIDE, National Theatre


by Alexander Cohen - April 18, 2024

Aesthetically malnourished, London Tide lacks the lustrous life blood that so warmly floods through the veins of Dickens’s literary world....

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by Aliya Al-Hassan - April 19, 2024

As delicate and fragile as one of the glass creatures that are collected, Tennesse Williams' beguiling story of memory, The Glass Menagerie combines themes of hope, rejection, disappointment and profound sadness....

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“When are we old? How can experience and embodied knowledge be brought into creative play? And what is the role of dance in questioning the idealisation of youth in our culture?” ...



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