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Four Fine Plays About Mental Illness

Four Fine Plays About Mental Illness

Two suicides, two therapy sessions; exploring the edge of reason on stage. | By Johnny Fox
A Nation’s Theatre: Everyone's Coming To London

A Nation’s Theatre: Everyone's Coming To London

The country matters. | By Stuart Black
Sprint Festival Of New Theatre Gets Off To Flying Start

Sprint Festival Of New Theatre Gets Off To Flying Start

Opening show Locus Amoenus is a winner. | By Stuart Black ★★★★☆
The Best Shows In London This Christmas

The Best Shows In London This Christmas

Festive theatre and playful panto. | By Londonist
The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In August

The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In August

Forget about Edinburgh. | By Londonist
The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In July

The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In July

Small shows worth a look. | By Londonist
The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In June

The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In June

Islam, chefs and plenty of festivals. | By Londonist
The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In May

The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In May

A serial killer, Yoko Ono and politics in a chicken shop. | By Londonist
General Election Inspires Orgy Of Political Theatre

General Election Inspires Orgy Of Political Theatre

The Agitprop train rolls into town. | By Londonist
The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In April

The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In April

From Greek myth to 1940s Hollywood. | By Londonist
The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In March

The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In March

Go beyond the West End. | By Londonist
The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In February

The Pick Of London's Fringe Theatre In February

It's not all about the West End. | By Londonist
Walking The Tightrope: Big Writers, Big Politics, Small Plays

Walking The Tightrope: Big Writers, Big Politics, Small Plays

Caryl Churchill, Neil LaBute, Mark Ravenhill and more. | By Stuart Black
Damon Albarn, Patrick Marber And Chiwetel Ejiofor In National Theatre’s New Season

Damon Albarn, Patrick Marber And Chiwetel Ejiofor In National Theatre’s New Season

But is incoming team’s roster a bit too safe? | By Stuart Black
New Writing On The Radar At Bush Theatre

New Writing On The Radar At Bush Theatre

Inspiring shows and works in progress. | By Lindsey
Crowdfunding London: October

Crowdfunding London: October

This month's round-up, focusing on Sponsume's more arty endeavours. | By Chris Lockie
Review: Chewing Gum Dreams / Chapel Street @ Bush Theatre

Review: Chewing Gum Dreams / Chapel Street @ Bush Theatre

RADAR 2012 is the place to be for new writing this month, and Chewing Gum Dreams is the real deal. | By Tom Bolton
Watch Dracula Performed In A Spooky Church Setting

Watch Dracula Performed In A Spooky Church Setting

Fangs can only get better. | By M@
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 5-11 July

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 5-11 July

Three kid-friendly shows and an operatic fairy tale open, while pink Aldwych hen night favourite puts its hot pants away and goes on tour. | By Lindsey
Interview: Dean Stalham, Art Saves Lives

Interview: Dean Stalham, Art Saves Lives

By Lindsey
Interview: Poet And Playwright Inua Ellams

Interview: Poet And Playwright Inua Ellams

By Londonist
Londonist Lunchtimes: Secrets @ Southwark Playhouse

Londonist Lunchtimes: Secrets @ Southwark Playhouse

By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead 29 July – 4 August

Arts Ahead 29 July – 4 August

By Zoe Craig