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          • Fri 07 Aug 2009 13:20

            Pornography

            Having premiered at the Hamburg Festival in 2007, Simon Stephen’s Pornography has finally reached the city at the heart of its gripping and terrifying story, playing at the Tricycle Theatre.

          • Fri 07 Aug 2009 11:51

            Duff and Dillane to star in second season of The Bridge Project

            Following this year’s productions of The Cherry Orchard and The Winter’s Tale, Sam Mendes will return to direct the second season of The Bridge Project in 2010 with a cast including Stephen Dillane, Anne-Marie Duff, Christian Camargo and Juliet Rylance.

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            16 Oct 2009Full cast joins Dillane on second Bridge

          • Fri 07 Aug 2009 00:01

            London theatre thriving in 2009

            London’s Theatreland is enjoying a bumper 2009, with over 7.5 million theatre visits to 18 July, pushing audience numbers for the first half of the year higher than they were in a record-breaking 2008.

          • Thu 06 Aug 2009 16:20

            Young talent leads Punk Rock

            The cast of Simon Stephens’s (pictured) new play Punk Rock will feature a host of rising talent when it premieres at the Lyric Hammersmith on 8 September (previews from 3 September).

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            09 Sep 2009Punk Rock

          • Thu 06 Aug 2009 10:29

            Helen

            Shakespeare’s Globe’s first foray into full-length Greek drama explores one of the lighter examples of the genre which, I hope it is not giving too much away to say, has an unusually cheerful ending.

          • Wed 05 Aug 2009 16:22

            David Harewood

            Had I been in David Harewood’s position, I might have run away from The Mountaintop faster than you can say “I have a dream”, writes Matthew Amer.

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            21 Jul 2009The Mountaintop

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          • Wed 05 Aug 2009 10:39

            Le Cirque Invisible

            There is something about Le Cirque Invisible, currently playing at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, that makes you feel it has been around forever.

          • Tue 04 Aug 2009 17:12

            Globe stages first ever Christmas Cracker

            Theatregoers at Shakespeare’s Globe will be wrapping up warm this winter as the open air venue stages its debut Christmas production.

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            12 Feb 2009Young cast lead Young Hearts season at Globe

          • Tue 04 Aug 2009 16:39

            BODR 2008 reveals thriving Theatreland

            The Society of London Theatre 2008 Box Office Data Report is now available, and in a year that saw the country fall into a recession, it shows that London Theatreland once again proved resilient, with the highest number of attendances in the West End ever recorded.

          • Tue 04 Aug 2009 11:35

            Bush announces award-winning season

            The Bush theatre has revealed a line-up of productions, stretching from September 2009 to April 2010, packed with award-winning talent including 2009 George Devine Award-winner Nick Payne, Edinburgh Fringe First-winner Stefan Golaszewski and 2007 Catherine Johnson Award-winner James Graham.

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            20 Jan 2010Sam Barnett & John Stahl

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