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PHOTO: First look at Aequitas Theatre’s modern #MAGA take on Brecht’s Fear & Misery of the Third Reich

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From Nazi Germany to Trump’s America? Aequitas Theatre’s modern update on Bertolt Brecht’s 1944 classic Fear and Misery of the Third Reich has just started performances at London’s Brockley Jack Theatre. Sneak a peek at our the production shots before it opens to critics – and then get booking!






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FEATURED SHOW: Why is Aequitas Theatre’s revival of Fear & Misery of the Third Reich so timely?

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A warning from history? Aequitas Theatre relocates Bertolt Brecht’s 1944 modern classic Fear and Misery of the Third Reich in the near future for a timely revival, starting performances this week at London’s Brockley Jack Theatre, where it’s running until 3 February 2018.






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FEATURED SHOW: Arrows & Traps’ Frankenstein at Brockley Jack Theatre, ★★★★ reviews are in!

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Have you caught the Arrows & Traps’ “fearlessly inventive” adaptation of Frankenstein? The production has been nominated for two Offies – Best Director for Ross McGregor and Best Supporting Actor for Will Pinchin as the Creature – and is now continuing at London’s Brockley Jack Theatre on 21 October 2017. A selection of some of our favourite review quotes, as well as buzz …

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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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The Taming of the Shrew Q&A podcast: What do modern feminists think of Shakespeare’s problem play?

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Is Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew inherently misogynistic? Particularly with its treatment of spirited Kate, the Shrew of the title, who is starved and mentally tormented into the role of an apparently submissive wife, is there any way around that charge?