Thatcher’s Britain, Brixton, 1981. While people riot about social injustice on the streets, inside the rich and beautiful live the high life.
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Belarus Free Theatre stirs up deep feelings of unease on the realities of execution.
Behind the prison cell bars of real life killer and Apartheid assassin Eugene de Kock.
Knocks socks off original 90s classic with digital wizardry and visual effects.
Animal-inspired artworks let loose in Beastly Hall, Bexley.
Actor’s life and King Lear’s lines collide in this disorientating and trippy production.
As pungent, powerful and full of vintage charm as whiskey based cocktail.
It’s Dominic Cooke’s last production as artistic director at the Royal Court.
A trip down the yellow brick road memory lane with adult twists on the original.
There’s much more than childish magic in this surprisingly dark and beautifully operatic production.