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Preview: THE AUDIT (or Iceland, a modern myth) on Tour in Yorkshire

Preview: Set amidst the crash of the global financial markets THE AUDIT (or Iceland, a modern myth) looks at the human cost of the corporate and personal greed that consumes countries

Preview: Operation Mincemeat at New Diorama Theatre

Spitlip, the company founded by members of supernatural theatre-comedy trailblazers Kill the Beast announce their first ever production -  Operation Mincemeat

Preview: Boris Rex at OVO Arts Centre

Preview: The story of Boris Johnson as a Shakespearean tragicomedy, Boris Rex follows its perfidious anti-hero from the boorish days of Oxford University, right through to a blood-soaked General Election

Preview: Mama G’s Story Time Roadshow at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre

Preview: The brilliant Mama G brings a show filled with fabulous stories about being who you are and loving who you want.

Preview: Country Music at Omnibus Clapham

Preview: From multi-award winning writer Simon Stephens and directed by twice Offie Nominated director Scott Le Crass comes Country Music @_CountryMusicUK

Preview: Like You Hate Me at The Lion & Unicorn Theatre

Preview: Like You Hate Me - Fight or Flight Productions bring their first piece of exciting new writing by Tom Lodge to the Lion & Unicorn Theatre as new Associate Artists at the relaunched venue. @_fightorflight @LandUTheatre

Preview: Drawn and Quartered at Sweetvenues on the Brighton Fringe

Preview: Cry Havoc Theatre company announce Drawn and Quartered, a piece of new writing by Labyrinth Theater Company NYC actress and writer, Maggie Diaz Bofill @cryhavoctheatr1

Preview: Why the Child is Cooking in the Polenta at The Gate Theatre

Preview: Edith Alibec’s multi award-winning adaptation of Aglaja Veteranyi’s autobiographical book, Why the Child is Cooking in the Polenta, comes to the UK

Preview: Bromley Bedlam Bethlehem at The Old Red Lion Theatre

Preview: Bromley Bedlam Bethlehem – Rachel Tookey’s award-winning play about the intergenerational impact of mental illness and trauma – will have its first full-length London run at the Old Red Lion Theatre

Preview: How To Save a Life, The Cats Back, Wandsworth Fringe

Preview: A high octane piece of theatre that will make you laugh and cry.How to Save a Life is at The Cats Back Wandsworth Fringe 7th - 11th May 2019 @GHalfFTheatre

Preview: Boxless Theatre Announce Hedgehog at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre

BoxLess Theatre have announced Hedgehog as their first show at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre as Associate Artists

Preview: Jane Clegg at The Finborough Theatre

Preview: In a production commissioned by the Finborough Theatre, St John Ervine’s 1913 drama Jane Clegg opens at the Finborough Theatre for a four-week limited season on Tuesday, 23 April 2019.

Preview: Nunsense at Union Chapel

Actress and comedian Dillie Keane will lead the cast in new production of the original irreverent comedy musical Nunsense, as it makes a pilgrimage to London

Preview: The Luncheon at the Brighton Fringe 2019 – Brighton Toy & Model Museum

Preview: A surreal two-hander play which explores space, time and matter over the course of one lunch @TheLuncheonAct

Preview: The Man Without a Past and trade from New Perspectives

New Perspectives have announced two rural touring productions for 2019. The Man Without A Past, a new adaptation of Finnish film, and a new production of debbie tucker green’s trade join their 2019 programme

Preview: Funeral Flowers at The Bunker

Exploring trauma, relationships, and our human instincts to find the courage to survive, the heartfelt Funeral Flowers comes to The Bunker this April