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Mercury Theatre Productions' venture into theatrical hell is impressive, but the length of the production lets it down

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A powerful performance of Shange's work that presents personal stories of love, loss, hope, and renewal

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Alastair Curtis' intertwined monologues tease out the humour and poignancy of office life

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A bold and haunting production that places the deadly feud in HM Prison Verona

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A cohesive aesthetic experience, but a shortened script hampers character development

No Man Ever – Preview

A production that is wholly and intensely focused on human interaction and language

Romeo and Juliet – Preview

A close cast and crew underline the generational aspects of Shakespeare's tale of conflict, all in a female offenders unit

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A Doll’s House preview – ‘a beautiful play to watch’

An intimate cast, toxic relationships, and powerful dialogue magnify a society on the cusp of sexual revolution

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