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Theatre & dance


Gecko: The Wedding

Seducing audiences with intricate choreography, provocative narratives and vivid symbolism, The Wedding brings the union between state and individual into question amid a flurry of white dresses.

Peeping Tom: Father (Vader)

The phenomenal choreography and enigmatic visual imagery of Peeping Tom plunge viewers into the realm between fantasy and reality in this empathetic, swirling and surprising portrait of ageing.

Detroit by Lisa D'Amour

'Detroit' - Lisa D'Amour's award-winning play at Guildhall

Lisa D’Amour’s Obie Award winning play is a fresh, offbeat look at what happens when we dare to open ourselves up to something new.

Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre: The Cherry Orchard

Russian screen and stage star Victoria Isakova is aristocrat Lyubov Ranevskaya in an enigmatic and seductive production of Chekhov’s majestic portrait of a nation facing revolutionary change.

Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre: The Good Person of Szechwan

A director who sells out theatres in Moscow, Yury Butusov’s modern-dress version of Brecht’s parable play is punchy and vigorous, with a no-holds-barred performance by Alexandra Ursulyak at its core.

Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre: Mother's Field

Striking movement, gestures and signs convey the narrative in this potent performance without words, a plea for peace and humanity based on Soviet-Kyrgyz writer Chinghiz Aitmatov's enduring story.