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THE SECRET THEATRE – Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

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Set in the 1580s, the play shows how Walsingham’s defense of Elizabeth from Catholic plots and assassination attempts results in hunting down the Jesuit missionary Robert Southwell, the revelation of the Babington plot and the execution of Mary Queen of Scots, followed by the death of Sir Philip Sidney (Walsingham’s son-in-law) and the repulsion of the Spanish Armada.

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ALBION – Almeida Theatre

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Albion begins with Audrey, played with indefatigable energy by Victoria Hamilton, in the garden of her deceased uncle’s family home, deep in the English countryside. She has bought the property, which boasts a historic 1920s garden, now much overgrown, which a First World War veteran once formed into a pastoral paradise fit for heroes.






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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”…