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Preview: Sue MacLaine’s vessel

Preview: A follow up to Sue MacLaine’s Total Theatre Award winning work Can I Start Again Please, vessel takes inspiration from the remarkable history of Anchoritism to ask if voluntary solitude could ever be defined as a political act.

Preview: Hedgehogs & Porcupines at The Old Red Lion Theatre

Preview: After a successful work in progress performance at The Stockwell Playhouse One Act Festival, Hedgehogs & Porcupines, written by James P Mannion, comes to The Old Red Lion for a limited run

Preview: Renaissance Men at The Old Red Lion Theatre

Preview: Renaissance Men performs at the Old Red Lion on the 25th & 26th November, at 7:30pm, in a special sharing, in preparation for tour dates in Spring 2019.

Preview: The Sword of Alex at The White Bear Theatre

Preview In the clash between the political and the personal, The Sword of Alex by award-winning playwright Rib Davis examines how identity fares in the struggle, coming to the White Bear Theatre

Preview: This Really Is Too Much from Gracefool Collective

Preview: In a year when #metoo, gender pay inequality and the feminist agenda has rarely been out of the headlines, 2018 is an especially appropriate time for Gracefool Collective to tour their powerfully satirical Edinburgh hit This Really Is Too Much

Preview: #WARHEADS at Bernie Grant Arts Centre and Theatre Peckham

Preview: Taz Skylar's exciting new drama #WARHEADS plays select dates in Tottenham and Peckham this October, starring world-renowned spoken word poet Suli Breaks in his theatrical debut.

Preview: Eavesdropping Again at Barons Court Theatre

Preview: Angel Theatre Company are to present a third instalment of their ‘eavesdropping’ projects! Eavesdropping Again will play at Barons Court Theatre, Tuesday 2nd – Saturday 13th October 2018

Preview: Crimes of the Christmas Pudding at Lichfield Garrick

Preview: Fast becoming a Lichfield Christmas tradition, the award-winning New Old Friends return to the Garrick this winter with an all new cast for more seasonal shenanigans in Crimes of the Christmas Pudding

Preview: She Arrives at The Bread and Roses Theatre

Preview: She Arrives is a one-hour, one-woman critical comedy about a young woman who is sick of her generation's unending sickness

Preview: Metamorphosis at Bread and Roses Theatre

Preview: This lyrical and physical one-woman show takes a female perspective on Franz Kafka’s classic Metamorphosis. Usually an ‘extra’ in the story of Gregor Samsa’s transformation into a ‘monstrous vermin’, Different Theatre have set out to tell sister Grete’s story.

Preview: Super Hamlet 64 on Tour

Preview: 3 years ago poetry slam winner Edward/Edalia Day set about rewriting Hamlet using only videogame quotes. 400 hours of playing later they've come up with the wildest Shakespeare experience you're ever likely to see, Super hamlet 64.

Preview: Nathan Evan’s SwanSong starring Lavinia Co-op

Preview: SwanSong written by Nathan Evans will play Royal Vauxhall Tavern, London on 17 October 2018 and Marlborough Theatre, Brighton on 27 October 2018.

Preview: I Occur Here at The Drayton Arms Theatre

I Occur Here is a devised physical theatre piece, conceived by Mariana Aristizabal (Colombia) and Malena Arcucci (Argentina) that gathers from the experiences of seven London-based international artists and will play the Drayton Arms Theatre

Preview: Once Upon a Mattress at The Playground Theatre

The team behind the critically acclaimed, sold out UK premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s The Frogs are to present a new production of the hit Broadway musical Once Upon A Mattress.

Preview: Midnight at The Union Theatre

Midnight is a haunting new musical thriller by Timothy Knapman and Laurence Mark Wythe that matches a darkly witty psychological drama with a hauntingly beautiful score

Preview: A Guide for The Homesick at Trafalgar Studios

A powerful new play by the award-winning American writer Ken Urban, A Guide for the Homesick will make its European debut at Trafalgar Studios Two from 16 October