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The National

The National

This critically acclaimed Brooklyn based five-piece finally return to the capital for a highly anticipated live show. Their live shows have been described as jaw dropping, beautiful and incredible. Continue Reading

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An Evening With David Sedaris

An Evening With David Sedaris

With sardonic wit and incisive social critiques Sedaris has become one of America’s pre-eminent humour writers. The skill with which he slices through cultural euphemisms and political correctness prove he is a master of satire. Continue Reading

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Bashir Lazhar

Bashir Lazhar

Bashir is a substitute teacher in limbo. His new life in Montreal is threatened when his unorthodox classroom methods draw him into explosive territory. Deeply moving. An innovative mix of raw impulse and muted desire. ‘Immensely watchable.’ (VueWeekly.com). Continue Reading

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Caligula

Caligula

The Emperor is in command, but spiralling out of control. In David Greig's savagely funny translation of Camus' dark masterpiece, there's a fine line between knowing your mind and losing it. 'KCS Theatre has a remarkable Fringe record' (WhatsOnStage.com). Continue Reading

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Body of Water

Body of Water

In a dilapidated mansion in central London, a group of squatters host a party to launch their anti-capitalist campaign: a raucous rave that will destroy the house and change their lives forever. Continue Reading

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Isy Suttie: Pearl and Dave

Isy Suttie: Pearl and Dave

Hilarious, heartbreaking, multi-character tale of internet romance from musical stand-up Isy, known as Peep Show’s Dobby (C4). With vignettes from her own love life. Double British Comedy Award nominee. 'Comedy with heart and soul' (Chortle.co.uk). Continue Reading

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Guilt & Shame

Guilt & Shame

Depraved new comedy duo for every bad decision you've ever made. Following a night of debauchery ‘Guilt & Shame’ try to perform their sketch show but the sins of last night return to humiliate them. **** (ThreeWeeks). Continue Reading

Medea

Medea

‘A foreign wife does not look quite so fine beside the elder statesman’. Euripides' drama of alienation and filicide, in a modern adaptation by Orange Prize nominee Stella Duffy, starring Nadira Janikova and Richard Fry. Directed by Sarah Chew. Continue Reading

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Henning Wehn No Surrender

Henning Wehn No Surrender

Surely the German Comedy Ambassador will never find a more subtle show title than last year's My Struggle. Well, he'll die trying. 'A vulnerable man grappling with a language that isn't his own' (Guardian). Continue Reading

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