Finally, the version of the Tempest you’ve always wanted – name the one with Native Chichewa speakers.
KlangHaus is the kind of show that makes you ask, am I really doing everything I can with my loft cavity?
Simon Stephen’s play is a dark night of the soul for both character and audience alike.
The fast and self-mythologising life of Hollywood Producer Robert Evans is given its due in Simon McBurney’s mesmerising production.
Jack Lane inhabits Norman Wisdom in a warm and funny tribute to the late comedian’s life and career.
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