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★★★
Rubber Dinghy

Rubber Dinghy

Two men stranded in the ocean - is it possible to start over or better to end it all? This surreal, dark comedy features live music and is ‘intensely pertinent to the time now' (Iqbal Khan, RSC). **** (OxfordTheatreReview.com). Continue Reading

★★★
True Colours

True Colours

A city-wide campaign and election game, where you take charge. Play on the streets and online. Play for five minutes or five days. Play for the right to lead your brave nation into a new era. www.truecoloursgame.co.uk. Continue Reading

★★★
Tales from Edgar Allan Poe

Tales from Edgar Allan Poe

Poe's best-known tales told with daring circus within a terrifying asylum. Hit of last year's Fringe returns, more terrifying than before. Featuring the voice of Derek Jacobi as the Raven. ***** (ThreeWeeks). www.backhandtheatre.com. Continue Reading

★★★★
Fruitful Ties and Bone Dust

Fruitful Ties and Bone Dust

Their first encounter was in the 1980s. Now Palsson and Hawkins reunite, conjuring an elegance that feels just ripe. Billed with Lucy Suggate's Danse Macabre, a surprising exploration of what happens beyond bodily decay. Continue Reading

★★★
Conversations With Love

Conversations With Love

This award-winning show is Ann Akin's debut as a writer/director/choreographer. It's a monologue piece about the many different kinds of conversations that one can have with love, incorporating music, movement and sign language. Continue Reading

★★★
The Council of the Ordinary

The Council of the Ordinary

Mind-blowing hip-hop theatre featuring three performances by world-renowned Bad Taste Cru. Fusing virtuosic breaking with physical theatre and dark, emotional narratives, BTC deliver an original, emotive and explosive experience. Continue Reading

★★★
Closer

Closer

Rush’s high-octane style breathes raw physicality into Marber’s brutal portrayal of modern sexual politics. A quartet of strangers meet, fall in love and self destruct. As their lives collide, it becomes clear - nothing’s fair in love or war. Continue Reading

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