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The Government Inspector

The Government Inspector

There is a town. A town where vice and corruption are rife. where the rich get richer and the poor get flogged, and where justice is as cheap as puppies. Isolated from modern society, unburdened by morality and forgotten by the rest of the world…Until now! Continue Reading

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Many Roads to Paradise

Many Roads to Paradise

Across a crowded karaoke bar, chunky travel agent Martin nervously catches the eye of his not-so-young internet stud. At a Jewish residential care home, blind and elderly Stella shares make-up and millinery tips with her Muslim nurse. And in their spacious house, a long-term lesbian relationship Continue Reading

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Too Close To The Sun

Too Close To The Sun

Too Close to the Sun is a dramatic new musical, making its world premiere this summer. Author and Nobel Prize-winner Ernest Hemingway, battling the rigours old age, takes solace in the company of his young secretary. His wife, tolerating this liaison so as not to lose him, is aware that the Continue Reading

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S-27

S-27

May is an idealist. She’s fighting for a better world and has sacrificed more than most. So when the old regime is destroyed, she is rewarded with a job as a prison photographer. But as the enemy pass one by one before her unflinching lens – both strange and familiar faces – can they shake her Continue Reading

Amongst Friends

Amongst Friends

Journalist Lara, and her ex-MP and crime writer husband Richard, are happy and successful. Having moved to a fashionable ‘gated community’ they invite their old neighbours Caitlin and Joe to dinner. When the security system fails the food for dinner is delivered by a stranger and the dinner party Continue Reading

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The Last Five Years

The Last Five Years

Creative tensions combine with complexities of the heart in this emotionally wrought and moving song cycle. Newly published novelist Jamie and aspiring actress Cathy tell the tale of their raw and impassioned relationship in opposite directions and from differing standpoints. Continue Reading

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Wall

Wall

Since he first visited Israel and the Palestinian territories to write Via Dolorosa which the Royal Court presented over 200 times in the West End and on Broadway, David Hare has regularly been back in the region. Now he offers a searching 40-minute study of the Israel/Palestine separation barrier Continue Reading

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Tusk Tusk

Tusk Tusk

Once upon a time in what feels like another country, three children play hide and seek. Fifteen year old Elliott wears a crown, thirteen year old Maggie wraps herself in silk and little Finn draws on the walls. Together they watch a mobile phone intensely, willing it to come to life. Whose call are Continue Reading

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