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Preview: The Show in Which Hopefully Nothing Happens at Unicorn Theatre

Preview: Originally created in the Netherlands by highly acclaimed, maverick theatre-makers Theater Artemis, The Show in Which Hopefully Nothing Happens is one of the most popular family shows performed in Europe @unicorn_theatre

Preview: Unsung at the King’s Head Theatre

Preview: Unsung explores the untold stories of four pioneering and inspirational female figures from our past, asking why they, and hundreds like them, have been relegated to the footnotes.

Preview: Romance Romance at Above The Stag

Preview: As smart as it is cute, Romance Romance brings the critically lauded and Tony Award nominated Broadway original, tantalisingly up to speed with our changing times

Preview: Keep Watching at The New Diorama Theatre

Preview: Engineer Theatre return with Keep Watching, an unnerving and thrilling tale about modern society’s relationship with surveillance, and the impact of technology and consumerism on our personal privacy.

Preview: John Godber’s Scary Bikers at Trafalgar Studios

Preview: Scary Bikers, starring the BAFTA Award-winning duo of John Godber and Jane Thornton, makes its London debut in April 2019 at Trafalgar Studios

Preview: The Institute of Nuts at Matchstick Piehouse Theatre

Preview: Welcome to The Institute of Nuts, a crazy school-cum-retreat-cum-prison where people’s names are letters and their reasons for being there are… well… mysterious

Preview: Reimagining Captain Cook – An Aboriginal Music Response at The British Museum

Preview: Aboriginal Australian artist Eric Avery performs music, movement and poetry in response to the Museum's current exhibition Reimagining Captain Cook

Preview: Yank in Concert at Cafe De Paris

Preview: The cast of Yank: A World War Two Love Story, is coming together one more time for a charity concert in aid of both the Albert Kennedy Trust and Stonewall. @yankmusical

Preview: Anchor at The Cockpit and Camden People’s Theatre

Preview: The duet Anchor delves into the complexities of relationships. Playfully probing the tensions between passion and security, wants and needs, fantasy and compassion, within the life of a couple. @WomansMove

Preview: The Sensemaker at The Cockpit

Preview: The Sensemaker shows a woman battling with an answering machine, trying to meet the impossible expectations of an artificial voice. @the_sensemaker_

Preview: Passionate Machine on Tour

Preview: What would you change if you could travel through time? The world’s first female time travelling doctor takes her multi award winning show, Passionate Machine, on tour to help you decide

Preview: Triple Bill: A Sticky Season, Minor Disruptions and Crystal Bollix presents The Bitch Ball at The Drayton Arms Theatre

This #queertrilogy at the Drayton Arms Theatre brings together three radically different shows by recent Mountview grads Jack Donald, Katie Paterson and Alexandra Christle @katiecpaterson

Preview: Passionate Machine at Draper Hall

Preview: Pipping Jodie Whittaker to the post as the world’s first female time travelling doctor, Rosy debuted Passionate Machine, this funny, poignant, sad, and at points shocking, show at the 2018 Brighton Fringe @rosycarrick

Preview: My White Best Friend and Other Letters Left Unsaid at The Bunker

Rachel De-Lahay and Milli Bhatia have commissioned eleven writers to pen letters that say the unsaid to the people that matter most. My White Best Friend and Other Letters Left Unsaid comes to The Bunker #MyWhiteBestFriend @BunkerTheatreUK

Preview: We Know Now Snowmen Exist at The Space

Preview: In We Know Now Snowmen Exist, five women go camping in a remote mountain range. None return. Coming to The Space 19th - 23rd March @HighlySuspectUK @SpaceArtsCentre

Preview: Bed Peace: The Battle of Yohn and Joko at The Cockpit

Craft Theatre present the premier of their new work Bed Peace: The Battle of Yohn and Joko, which marks the 50 year anniversary of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s famous bed-in for peace