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FEATURED SHOW: Audiences are raving about Version 2.0, Last chance to see!

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Only a few days left to see Kashyap Raja’s futuristic new play Version 2.0, which asks whether robots can ever replace real human relationships. Kevin Michael Reed’s world premiere production must finish this Saturday (4 March 2018) at London’s Leicester Square Theatre. We’ve rounded up critical and audience buzz about the show.






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FIRST-LOOK PHOTOS: Is the world ready for robot companions? Version 2.0 gets its world premiere

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Can a robot ever replace a real human relationship? Check out our bumper gallery of stunning production photography from Kashyap Raja’s new play Version 2.0, which runs at London’s Leicester Square Theatre from 20 February to 3 March 2018 – and then get booking!






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PHOTOS: Sneak a peek into Version 2.0 rehearsals as robots take over Leicester Square

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Got your tickets yet for Version 2.0, Kashyap Raja’s new play exploring issues of robotics and female consent? Kevin Michael Reed’s world premiere production runs at London’s Leicester Square Theatre from 20 February to 3 March 2018. Sneak a peek into rehearsals with our photo gallery – and then get booking!






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INTERVIEW: ‘Social media combined with generations of gender conformity have warped our sensibility’, says Version 2.0 director Kevin Michael Reed

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If you liked 2015’s near-future feature film hit Ex Machina, we reckon you ought to book up now for Version 2.0, a new play by Kashyap Raja that explores issues of robotics and female consent, which is coming to London this month.