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Looking forward: 20 fringe & regional shows to see in 2018 > #theatre2018

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There are all sorts of big productions arriving in the months to come (Long Day’s Journey Into Night, the return of Amadeus, PATTI LUPONE!), but I’m using this spot to highlight some of the shows on the London fringe and around the UK (and Amsterdam…) that have piqued my interest and which I hope to get to review.






Looking forward: 20 fringe & regional shows to see in 2018 > #theatre2018

In International, London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Plays, Regional theatre, Reviews by Ian FosterLeave a Comment

There are all sorts of big productions arriving in the months to come (Long Day’s Journey Into Night, the return of Amadeus, PATTI LUPONE!), but I’m using this spot to highlight some of the shows on the London fringe and around the UK (and Amsterdam…) that have piqued my interest and which I hope to get to review.






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Nowt so queer as folk: Recapping the National Theatre’s queer theatre season

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It feels important to recognise what the NT (and the Old Vic) were trying to achieve, though. Queer Theatre looked “at how theatre has charted the LGBT+ experience through a series of rehearsed readings, exhibitions, talks and screenings” and if only one looked at lesbian women, two of the readings were written by women.