INSIGNIFICANCE – Arcola

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nsignificance is not a play about physics and the two characters aren’t just any random people. It’s 1954 and though they’re officially named The Actress and The Professor, we can – with reasonable confidence – infer that they’re Marilyn Monroe and Albert Einstein.

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NEWS: 90-minute Hamlet transfers to Trafalgar Studios for Xmas, TICKETS ON SALE

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Flute Theatre and English Touring Theatre today announces that their production of Hamlet, adapted by Kelly Hunter, transfers to the Trafalgar Studios for a limited run this December. The production opens on 8 December, with previews from 6 December, and runs until 31 December 2016.

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NEWS: Lillian Hellman’s 1951 Broadway play The Autumn Garden gets UK premiere

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Jermyn Street Theatre presents the UK premiere of The Autumn Garden by acclaimed US playwright, screenwriter and political activist Lillian Hellman. Nominated for the New York Critic’s Circle Award and considered by many as her best work (above the better known Little Foxes and Children’s Hour), the play opened on Broadway in 1951 to critical acclaim. It will run at Jermyn Street from 5 to 29 October 2016.