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PHOTOS: Cast of Howard Barker’s The Castle rehearse in converted church The Space

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The Space is celebrating ten years of Space Productions at its home in the Isle of Dogs, east London, with a rare revival of Howard Barker’s 1985 play The Castle, which runs from 10 to 28 October 2017 only. Sneak a peek into how rehearsals are going for Barker’s “theatre of catastrophe” offering in this historic converted church building.

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PHOTOS & VIDEO: Meet the monster & Mary Shelley behind a new take on Frankenstein

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In Arrows & Traps new adaptation of Frankenstein, running from 26 September to 21 October 2017 at west London’s Brockley Jack Theatre, the classic gothic novel’s author Mary Shelley is part of the play’s action. Watch the video and see creature transformation photos here – then get booking!






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PHOTOS: World premiere of Ian Dixon Potter’s artificial intelligence drama The Test

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Ian Dixon Potter’s new play The Test had its world premiere last night (19 September 2017) at London’s White Bear Theatre. The 60-minute performance runs every night (except Monday 25 September) at 9pm. Have a look at our full gallery of production shots here…






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Liza Pulman: ‘I’d like to have been a 1920s blues singer. All that suffering & song’

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Ahead of her latest London concert date and new album release for Liza Sings Streisand, we turn the spotlight on Liza Pulman, the acclaimed singer, comedienne and one-third of comedy cabaret legends Fascinating Aida. Also check out our photo gallery of Liza in concert and her performance with Fascinating Aida, singing viral hit, “The Brexit Song”…






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#AllTheLittleLights photos: Award-winning play inspired by Rochdale sex ring comes to London

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Jane Upton’s award-winning play All the Little Lights, inspired by sexual exploitation scandals like the Rochdale sex ring, get its London premiere at the Arcola Theatre in a strictly limited season from 10 October to 4 November 2017. Check out our photo gallery here…






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FEATURED SHOW: Waiting for Godot makes a triumphant West End return, ★★★★★ reviews are in!

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Have you caught the current West End revival of Waiting for Godot, which has returned Samuel Beckett’s classic to the Arts Theatre, where it had its English-language premiere in 1955? Check out review highlights here – as well as the new show trailer featuring some of them…






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PHOTOS: Front Foot’s Richard III cast rehearse Meisner style #TrickyRicky

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Front Foot theatre use the Meisner Technique in all their productions, including their upcoming dystopian take on Shakespeare classic Richard III, running at London’s Cockpit Theatre from 14 October to 4 November 2017. Meet the cast and have a peek into the rehearsals to see how preparations are progressing…  Richard III is a timeless and universal story of the rise and fall of …

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NEWS: Sir Peter Hall dies aged 86, National Theatre directors pay tribute

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Sir Peter Hall, the founding director of both the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Rose Theatre, Kingston and the second director of the National Theatre, passed away yesterday (11 September 2017) at the age of 86. Four other NT artistic directors lead the tributes.






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PHOTOS: Waiting for Godot in production at Arts Theatre, 1955 vs 2017

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Last night, Waiting for Godot officially reopened back at London’s Arts Theatre, where Samuel Beckett’s pivotal play first had its English-language premiere 62 years ago. How does the production look, then and now? Full production photos – and a fascinating 1955 archive clipping here.