Review: Table, National Theatre: The Shed

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Opening the National Theatre’s newest venue, The Shed, is Table. A piece of theatre so rooted in materialistic value and generational ownership that it feels almost an ironic choice for associate director and programmer Ben Power to open this temporary … Continued

Review: Port, National Theatre

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Against a backdrop of concrete and perspex bus shelters, Simon Stephens’s gritty and devastating Port is being revived in a production by War Horse co-director Marianne Elliot at the National Theatre. Set within Stephens’s hometown of Stockport Port follows thirteen years of Rachel (Kate … Continued

Review: The Effect, Headlong Theatre

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A clinical trial looking at the effects of a new anti-depressant. Not quite the setting you’d imagine love to explode from, but in Lucy Prebble’s new play, The Effect, under the direction of Rupert Goold for Headlong Theatre at the … Continued