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Preview: MUSE at Camden People’s Theatre

MUSE, presented by Aslant Theatre Company, is a new play about Picasso’s “Weeping Woman” — surrealist photographer Dora Maar — and her relationship with the artist.

Preview: Alpha Who? At The Cockpit

Preview: Matt Franco explores what it means to be a man today. Part theatre, part dance, and part visual art installation, Alpha Who? is a solo performance inspired by the writer’s own personal experiences.

Preview: Crystal Clear at The Old Red Lion Theatre

Preview: Crystal Clear is a raw and humbling examination of loss and our attempts to cope with it, exploring both human selfishness and our fundamental need for connection

Preview: An Enemy of The People at Playground Theatre

A new, diverse, modern adaptation of Ibsen's An Enemy of the People will open at the Playground Theatre

Preview: Another Kind of Blue Flirt With Reality at The Peacock Theatre

Preview: Dance meets cutting-edge technology in an inspiring new work by Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalists, Another Kind of Blue, presenting the UK premiere of Flirt with Reality

Preview: 00:00 at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre

Preview: 00:00 will take the audience on a journey beneath the façades we wear; mental health, society, masculinity, and messy aftermaths in modern Britain.

Preview: Reformation at The White Bear Theatre

Preview: Reformation is funny, gripping and challenging new play inspired by the life and art of the Renaissance artist Lucas Cranach.

Preview: Under Three Moons, a New Play by Daniel Kanaber

From Manchester theatre company Box of Tricks, comes Under Three Moons, Daniel Kanaber‘s new play that explores how men relate to each other today, who they are and how they live - and the spaces between

Preview: MEGA at the Tristan Bates Theatre

Preview: After being selected as a finalist in the 35th Annual One Act Festival at the Stockwell Playhouse, MEGA arrives this July for a limited run in the Tristan Bates 2019 summer season @megaplayldn

Preview: Much Ado About Not(h)ing at The Cockpit

Much Ado About Not(h)ing explores what 21st century society takes most note of. Do we take note of the people and events that occur around us in the ‘mortal world’ or the ‘digital world’ of our mobile phone?  

Preview: The Last Song of Oliver Sipple at King’s Head Theatre

Preview: The Last Song of Oliver Sipple - a new play telling the true story of an unknown gay hero is coming to the London stage.

Preview: Myth Independent at the Gielgud Theatre RADA

Preview: The stories of the women of Metamorphoses echo through the ages; in Myth Independent, they reverberate off of 5 millennial women, looking back to find the path forward. @mythindependent

Preview: HERSTORY – Gielgud Theatre RADA

Preview: With four ukuleles and penchant for dark comedy, Polly Clamorous brings audiences their latest cabaret: HERSTORY - a 55 minute musical compendium chronicling the tales of some of the most enigmatic and misunderstood women in history

Preview: Lady and The Cramp at Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Bar

Preview: In this quirky cabaret, Lady and the Cramp set out to unravel the complexities of their bittersweet relationship through song, sketch-comedy and spoken word

Preview: BLUE at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre

Preview: BLUE is a new abstract fairy tale for adults underlining why it’s important to reach out when you’re ‘not OK’.

Preview: Holy Land at The Space Arts Centre

Preview: Holy Land is an odyssey into the Dark Web told through Elegy's signature, lyrical dialogue and stunning visual projection. 3 Actors... 6 Projectors. One explosive night. @SpaceArtsCentre