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Based on a highly-
Rene Denfeld’s disturbing and poetic novel comes to life through performance, puppetry, choreography and sound in this striking adaptation examining themes of evil, punishment, clemency and redemption. This journey through the eyes of the condemned seeps deep into our consciousness -
Inspired by the death of her own mother -
Fourteen years ago, during break, Elizabeth lost her mother. She was sixteen. Two days later, she started her period. Ouch. Today, a celebrated Egyptologist, Professor Niccoll is Guest of Honour at her old school Alumni event. She has decided to use the platform to promote her new book: MUMMY or the Art of Saying Goodbye. She knows everything about death. She thinks. But confronted by the ghosts of her past, memories stir and a Mummy returns. The time has come to unwind.
Punts is a hilarious and moving new play by Sarah Page about a young man's sexual awakening and its effect on those who orchestrated it.
The Passion of
the Playboy Riots
Based on the writings of W. B. Yeats and Lady Gregory, founder of the Irish Literary Theatre, and Patrick Pearse, a charismatic schoolteacher and the first of the leaders of the Easter Rising to face the firing squad.
The Passion of the Playboy Riots is set backstage during performances of ground-
Exchange Theatre returns to the Drayton Arms Theatre with Misanthrope, by Moliere, as part of their yearly Bastille Festival -
In a time of 'alternative facts' and 'fake news', Misanthrope finds unanticipated echoes in the world today. Alceste, the most loyal man in the world, lacks only one virtue: indulgence for other's behaviours. His search for genuineness against hypocrisy, special interests and treachery calls for a new London production in 2017.
New young writer/director AJ presents his first play, AISHA, which through rhythmic verse, heavily influenced by contemporary spoken word, discusses the practice and repercussions of child marriage.
AISHA is about an underage girl forced by her parents to marry a 51-
Marking the 20th anniversary of its explosive British debut, Enda Walsh's Disco Pigs comes to Trafalgar Studios.
When work knows no borders, what's the cost? Badea's explosive drama is a powerful and unsettling portrait of globalisation’s far-
The God of Hell
After a year making a documentary and volunteering on the front-
The setting is a Wisconsin dairy farm, where the heifer-