Broadway Baby

★★★
How (not) to Live in Suburbia

How (not) to Live in Suburbia

Following its successful Edinburgh Festival Fringe run at Summerhall in 2016, Annie brings her show about living in suburbia to Soho Theatre. Through performance and surreal film, she recalls her gauche attempts to fit in with the yummy mummies who run triathlons and the families that row and cycle Continue Reading

★★★★★
Guards at the Taj

Guards at the Taj

“If we hadn’t done our jobs tonight, we’d be hanging by our necks in the royal courtyard getting our eyes pecked out by the royal crows. So excuse me if I don’t wallow in some misbegotten guilt all night. Was it fucked up? Yes, it was. But I don’t have to feel terrible about it.” Continue Reading

★★
Orbits

Orbits

The planet-sized egos of left wing German playwright Bertolt Brecht and Hollywood film star Charles Laughton clash as they negotiate the translation and adaptation of Brecht’s play Life of Galileo for its American premiere, with Laughton lined up for the lead. Continue Reading

★★
Thirty Three

Thirty Three

Critically acclaimed new Australian play Thirty Three makes it’s UK debut at the Leicester Square Theatre. Audiences are immersed into the heart of a birthday party that spirals out of control in this intense piece of new writing at the Leicester Square theatre. Continue Reading

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