Dominic Cooper dominates as the bawdy, brilliant and self-destructive Earl of Rochester in this crackling, darkly satirical drama.
Suzan Lori-Parks’ heroic, humorous and heart-rending tale powerfully questions the value of a man’s freedom and morality.
Full of spellbinding moments, this is a poetic, contemplative, and provocative exploration of two men stranded in emotional and cognitive No Man’s Land.
An elegant and moving portrayal of what it means to be a family.
A 24-carat-gold play about the pursuit of wealth and greed.
A splendiferous soirée courtesy of two horrigust, hirsute hosts.
Nathaniel Martello-White’s rapid-fire memory drama swings and stings in a visceral, harrowing portrayal of a family torn apart.
A darkly stylish fable on the perils of greed, bursting with energy and originality.
There are in jokes aplenty for hardened theatre fans, and the peek behind the curtain at life backstage will have anyone in stiches.
Ferocious, funny and definitely not well behaved.
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