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Labyrinth Of Love And Death, part of Clapham Fringe 2017

Clapham Fringe: Festival Focus

Clapham Fringe co-founder Tessa Hart tells us more about the South London fringe festival now in its third year.

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The Terrible Infants at Wilton's Music Hall

The Terrible Infants: What, Where, When

Producer James Seager opens the creaking door to the twisted, macabre world of The Terrible Infants at Wilton’s Music Hall.

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Yard Theatre's The Committee

The Yard Theatre: Committing to a youth committee

What happened when Hackney Wick’s The Yard Theatre invited teenagers to plot a future for the growing venue?

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Five Guys Named Moe at Marble Arch Theatre - Five shows to see this week

Five shows to see this week

Which London shows should you see to brighten up your week? Here are our five suggestions:

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Waiting For Godot at Arts Theatre - Top fringe theatre to see this week

Top fringe theatre to see this week

Young actor Charlie Mulliner tips us off about her top fringe theatre to see this week

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Angel at Arcola Theatre (Image: Rosalind Furlong)

In his words: Henry Naylor on sniper drama Angel

Writer/producer Henry Naylor tells us about award-winning one-woman play Angel, inspired by the story of an unlikely sniper.

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The Play That Goes Wrong

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Laugh your troubles away at the Olivier Award-winning comedy The Play That Goes Wrong.

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Danny-Boy Hatchard in rehearsals for Eyes Closed, Ears Covered at Bunker Theatre

Danny-Boy Hatchard: 11 questions

Former EastEnders star Danny-Boy Hatchard tells us about new thriller Eyes Closed, Ears Covered.

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Ahsan Khan, star of Ishq

Ahsan Khan: 11 questions

Film and TV star Ahsan Khan tells us about swapping the screen for the stage with new musical Ishq.

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Acosta Danza (Image: Manuel Vason) - London dance shows

Top London dance shows this month

Anna Winter gives us a run down of the dance performances you should book to see in the coming weeks.

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We Are Now at Rich Mix

We Are Now: Festival Focus

We discover more about We Are Now, the festival exploring how theatre can embrace new technology.

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CASA Latin American Theatre Festival 2017

CASA: Festival Focus

Artistic Director Daniel Goldman sheds some light on London’s festival of Latin American Theatre, CASA.

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Ink at Duke of York's Theatre

Ink

See the acclaimed Almeida Theatre hit about the rise of The Sun newspaper as it transfers to London’s West End.

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Emma Hatton stars in Evita (Image: Pamela Raith Photography)

Emma Hatton: “This industry can be tough”

Emma Hatton, star of Evita, on playing a political woman, Wicked and her alternative route into acting.

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Sean Turner, director of Talk Radio

Talk Radio: Testing the limits of free speech

Talk Radio director Sean Turner on why the play is as fresh as ever, 30 years after its debut.

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Judith Roddy in rehearsal for Knives In Hens at Donmar Warehouse (Image: Marc Brenner)

Judith Roddy, star of Knives In Hens: 11 questions

Actor Judith Roddy tells us about starring in the dramatic, poetic Knives In Hens at Donmar Warehouse.

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The Community at Stockwell Playhouse

The Community

Gaël van den Bossche’s new dark comedy at Stockwell Playhouse explores the lives and struggles of the people who live in a bleak state.

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The London Theatre

Chained Consent

The London Theatre presents an amazing journey through bdsm via dance and voice.

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Alex Lowe, David Leopold and Lucy Robinson in rehearsals for Late Company (Image: Alastair Muir)

Late Company: Cooking up a drama

We meet the team behind Trafalgar Studios’s topical new drama about a dinner party, Late Company

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Antic Disposition's Richard III (Image: Scott Rylander)

Antic Disposition: Richard III is as relevant as ever

Antic Disposition on staging Shakespeare in cathedrals and why fake news is nothing new.

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