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REVIEW: ‘Hunted’ By COLAB

Standing in the main ticket hall of Waterloo station, everyone looks around suspiciously at each other. Nobody can be trusted,...

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REVIEW: The Red Barn at the National Theatre

David Hare’s new play, The Red Barn, an adaptation of Georges Simenon’s novel La Main, opens with Ingrid Dodd (Hope Davis)...

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REVIEW: Oil at The Almeida

Oil is, as Ella Hickson shows in her century-straddling new play at The Almeida, a finite resource. But what Hickson also shows...

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Top 10 works of Street Art in London

Street art has come a long way from its ‘graffiti’ roots and is becoming part of mainstream culture in the 21st Century. It...

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INTERVIEW: The Beautiful Octopus Club

This Friday, The Royal Festival Hall opens it’s door to The Beautiful Octopus Club. Run by company Heart N Soul, the...

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INTERVIEW: Hannah Hauer-King & Kitty Wordsworth, Founders of Damsel Productions

A woman walked past a group of people sitting at their laptops in a café and remarked that it was nice to see a group of...

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INTERVIEW: Wunderfinger at The London Wonderground

Finger in the Pie’s new show Wunderfinger is not for the faint-hearted. Guaranteed to scare, arouse and disgust in equal...

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Meet the woman putting Syrian refugees on the stage

At the first casting for her new show Queens of Syria, producer Charlotte Eager waited nervously, not sure if anyone would turn...

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Playing in a Field: The rise of theatre at festivals

When you think of a festival, what are the first things that come to mind? Mud? Definitely. Rolling fields. Of course. The music....

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What the referendum means for the arts

To leave or to remain in the EU? That’s the key question hovering above Brits’ heads this week. Many lines have been...

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EXCLUSIVE: 5 things you need to know about the new Tate Modern

The Tate Modern just got a little roomier. With a costly £260m extension, the new Tate is a cathedral of art with an entirely...

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REVIEW: Dr Sketchy’s Anti-Art School

The Spiegletent looks surprisingly sparse in comparison to its usual full-to-bursting self, but Dr Sketchy errs on the side on...

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What we learnt at Hay Festival 2016

Firmly festooned upon the UK festival calendar, The Hay Festival is a celebration of all that is British and all that is Great....

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Clowning Around: Our top 5 London Clown Festival highlights

The London Clown Festival opens its crazy circus doors on the 10th of June. The first of its kind in the capital, festivities...

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INTERVIEW: Dr. Ramya Mohan, psychiatrist & artist

Dr. Ramya Mohan has unveiled her exhibition VISMAYAA: Discovering the artist within at The Nehru Centre in Mayfair. Her paintings...

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