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          • Thu 18 Jun 2009 11:01

            Been So Long

            Writer Che Walker and composer Arthur Darvill have teamed up once again to create a second piece as punchy, relevant and soul-fuelled as their first.

          • Thu 18 Jun 2009 10:19

            Derren Brown: Enigma

            Has there ever been a more appropriate title for a show than Derren Brown: Enigma? The world-renowned mentalist, and everything he does, is a wonderfully intriguing puzzle that leaves audiences dumbstruck and delighted.

          • Wed 17 Jun 2009 17:11

            Lara Foot Newton

            It seems an odd accusation to throw around, but Lara Foot Newton’s multi award-winning show, Karoo Moose, which opens the Tricycle theatre’s South African season, has drawn the occasional complaint of being “too hopeful”, writes Matthew Amer.

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            17 Jun 2009Karoo Moose

          • Wed 17 Jun 2009 16:07

            Hare and Shaw in National autumn

            Playwright David Hare’s response to the credit crunch, a new work entitled The Power Of Yes, is to be staged at the National Theatre this autumn.

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            07 Oct 2009The Power Of Yes

          • Wed 17 Jun 2009 10:44

            Karoo Moose

            The Tricycle theatre’s association with South African theatre-making is long-held, so it is appropriate that the Kilburn venue should present the UK premiere of Lara Foot Newton’s award-winning play Karoo Moose.

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            17 Jun 2009Lara Foot Newton

            13 May 2009Tricycle turns to South Africa

          • Tue 16 Jun 2009 15:40

            McGann joins Globe’s Helen

            Paul McGann is to return to the London stage this summer in Frank McGuinness’s new version of Helen at Shakespeare’s Globe.

          • Tue 16 Jun 2009 11:37

            Byrne brings Different Class to Vaudeville

            Ed Byrne has joined Ross Noble and Dylan Moran on the list of comedians bringing stand up comedy to the West End stage this autumn.

          • Mon 15 Jun 2009 16:01

            Dallimore leads Too Close cast

            Helen Dallimore, who last appeared in the West End playing Glinda in Wicked, returns to the London stage next month in new musical Too Close To The Sun.

          • Mon 15 Jun 2009 12:39

            The King And I

            Siamese opulence quite literally floods the Royal Albert Hall for this new production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King And I.

          • Mon 15 Jun 2009 11:37

            Stage stars receive birthday honours

            Jonathan Pryce, Lindsay Duncan and Sue Johnston are among those honoured in the Queen’s birthday honours list this year.

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