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Rory Edgington

31 Aug 2013


Don Quijote


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An adaptation of Cervantes’ classic novel and an impassioned defence of idealism.


Revolution Society


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A show that lampoons the current generation’s lack of imagination but inadvertently reveals its own.

28 Aug 2013

Engels! The Karl Marx Story


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Ben Blow’s take on the life of Karl Marx is liberal with the facts, profligate with the jokes but ascetic with analysis.


24 Aug 2013

This Side of Paradise


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Dudendance’s newest installation piece explores the reifying effects of violence through movement and music.



Artaud: A Trilogy


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The Lincoln Company’s attempt to bring Artaud back to the stage is a successful failure.


22 Aug 2013


Bunker Trilogy: Agamemnon


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The second installment of Bunker Trilogy skillfully makes a Greek Tragedy out of one soldier’s guilt.


Bunker Trilogy: Morgana


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This first installment of the Bunker Trilogy is an original and highly successful adaptation of the Arthurian legend.


Making News


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Making News is a new satire about the Beeb which won’t be getting the headlines.

19 Aug 2013

The Bridge That Tom Built


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The Flanagan Collective’s new one-man show tells the story of ‘the most valuable Englishman ever’.

18 Aug 2013

Tejas Verdes


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A collection of monologues by Fermín Cabal which reveal the true horror of the Pinochet regime.