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Life And Death Of A Journalist

Life And Death Of A Journalist

Jingan Young is a fascinating writer to follow, as her play Life and Death of a Journalist explores the hardships of journalism amid political turbulence and cultural difference. 

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NUMB
NUMB

NUMB, by Timothy Cobeanu, has an unusual start. 

Over My Dad's Body
Over My Dad's Body

Since I last saw Simon David on stage in his 2018 Edinburgh Fringe debut, Virgin, much has happened … 

Woman! Pilot! Pirate?
Woman! Pilot! Pirate?

Upstage, an interesting wooden contraption with folded calico sails. Stage left, a tech desk replete with a mic, keyboard and the paraphernalia of auditory potential… 

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Tina - The Tina Turner Musical

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Dear Evan Hansen

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SIX

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Mamma Mia!

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Mary Poppins

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Come From Away

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VAULT Festival 2022 announces cancellation

VAULT Festival 2022 announces cancellation

Organisers of the VAULT Festival today announced that this year’s programme will not go ahead due to the surge in Covid-19 infections. 

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VAULT Festival Returns
VAULT Festival Returns

Since its inception in 2012 VAULT has hosted over 250 productions, from outrageous comedy acts to hard-hitting political theatre and experimental new work from Britain’s most exciting emerging artists. 

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Baby, What Blessings

Baby, What Blessings

“I am young, I am naive, I am filled with . 

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Dig
Dig

Christophe and Tom have been digging for so long it feels like years have passed. 

butterfly
butterfly

An Elizabethan woman stitches a beard from her pubic hair to marry the woman she loves. 

Lad
Lad

Steve is fine.