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  • Check Up: Our NHS at 70

    Mark Thomas

    Celebrating the 70th anniversary of the founding of the NHS, award-winning comedian and activist Mark Thomas takes a look at our NHS, what state it’s in, where it’s going, and what we need to do to keep it.

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  • Emilia

    Morgan Lloyd Malcolm

    Commissioned specifically for Shakespeare’s Globe, and with an all-female cast, this world premiere will reveal the life of Emilia: poet, mother and feminist. This time, the focus will be on this exceptional woman who managed to outlive all the men the history books tethered her to.

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  • King Lear

    William Shakespeare, Jonathan Munby

    Jonathan Munby’s explosive revival of Shakespeare’s epic tragedy transferred to the West End following its sold-out run at Chichester Festival Theatre. Performed by a celebrated cast led by Ian McKellen as the embittered monarch in a fractured kingdom.

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  • Riot Act

    Alexis Gregory

    Riot Act is a powerful brand-new verbatim theatre piece channeling six decades of queer history, and created from interviews with one of the only remaining Stonewall survivors, a radical drag icon from 1970s London and a 1990s London ACT UP AIDS activist

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  • Covering McKellen: An Understudy's Tale

    David Weston

    A re-issue of the acclaimed memoir by David Weston, chronicling the year he spent as Ian McKellen's understudy in the Royal Shakespeare Company's tour of King Lear.

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  • James Dean is Dead! (Long Live James Dean)

    Jackie Skarvellis

    James Dean. Hollywood’s hottest star steps out of his crashed car and looks back on his short life. A timely look at how the Hollywood powerful use sex, drugs and power to make and break careers.

    A no holds barred look at the life of an icon.

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  • Young Vic Taking Part Collection 1

    Luke Barnes

    A collection of three plays for the Young Vic's participation programme Taking Part, written by award-winning playwright Luke Barnes:

    Men in Blue, Fable, The Jumper Factory

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  • Come on Home

    Phillip McMahon

    Michael hasn’t been home in almost twenty years. Having been kicked out of the seminary and exiled from his family home, he found himself in London, by accident rather than design. But now, the death of his mother sees him back in the small town where he grew up. The place that chewed him up and spat him out.

    Reunited with his two brothers, their partners and the local clergy, there are questions that want answering and old scores that need laying to rest. Where do you find home, when your family and faith have abandoned you? An Irish funeral brings out the best and worst in people, and a long night of truths lies ahead.

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  • One Life Stand

    Eve Nicol

    When we can have sex whenever we want, with whomever we want, why settle for a normal relationship? With the promise of fresh excitement just a swipe away, is Kat’s long-term lover really her lifelong dream?

    One Life Stand is a late-night search for intimacy across a hyperconnected, hypersexual city, exposing the loneliness sometimes found in modern relationships, where the expectations of love and lust are ever-changing.

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  • Children in Theatre

    Jo Hawes

    The bestselling guide for children and their parents, revised and updated for 2018 with new legislation and laws for performing children.

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