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Tells a dramatic story of a royal family in old Armenia, locked in mortal conflict. Thematically, it champions faithfulness and married love, but it also has a fine gallery of moral depravity and intolerance.
This ancient Bengali opera tells the story of Rahim, a young boy, who is destined to be married to an older girl in order to avoid a fatal curse.
When self-centred salesman Charlie Babbitt discovers that he has a long-lost older brother, Raymond, who has inherited the family multimillion dollar fortune, he sets out to get 'his half'.
Hold on to your hair and prepare for the magical re-telling of the classic fairytale, Rapunzel. Packed with songs, comedy and lots of audience participation, this is sure to be filled with festive delight, 'Oh yes it is!'
Join Santa as he awakes from a dream of sun, sea and sand only to find it is the busiest day of the year: Christmas Eve.
Tells the story of the punishment and deprivation experienced by prisoners at the turn of the century in direct contrast to the wit and triviality of some of his comedic work.
Take a seat in our make-believe Christmas restaurant, choose your 'food' and colour it in. And while you're decorating your plate, the restaurant's waiting-staff will entertain you with comedy, music and storytelling.
Under the watchful gaze of his young assistant, and the threatening presence of a new generation of artists, Mark Rothko takes on his greatest challenge yet: to create a definitive work for an extraordinary setting.
Measure for Measure, As Is and The Importance of Being Earnest - performed in the repertory style which means you will have a chance to see all three of these plays every week of the run.
Miriam and her granddad are making a cabaret together. They're the perfect double act: he's got the stories, she loves telling them, and they both have a flair for the theatrical. The only problem is - they've never met.
A long time ago, on the very spot where Battersea Arts Centre now stands, a brave woman known for her generosity, wisdom and care, lived in Elm House. A new immersive adventure for children and families.
Reuniting for a farewell gig in the city were it all began, a band on the brink of mega stardom ask. Explores the ever increasing pressures of toxic masculinity, self worth and the heightening crisis of male suicide.
Shakespeare - history
Richard sits on the throne of England, yet he is unloved. His vanity and ego threaten to divide England into a civil war.
Poor, poor Richard. Dug up, he now must endlessly repeat the events that led to his inevitably gruesome death. Both helmets and hard hats combine: Join us for a fusion of modern and 15th century slander.
A powerful brand new verbatim theatre piece created especially for the Queer Season.
Robin Hood, the prince of thieves is on a mission with his merry band of men to get robbin' the rich to feed the poor. Along the way he meets fair Maid Marion and they must undertake a quest to save the poor people of Hounslow from the evil Prince.
Starring panto favourite Andrew Pollard, this year's offering is an action-packed adventure awash with pirates, romance, exotic creatures and songs-a-plenty! Hit the high seas with Robinson as he battles the wicked Pirate Queen to find the lost gold.
Bellwether: directed by Kalyl Kadri. Antony & Cleopatra: directed by Nick Leos. The Maids: directed by Fran Olivares.
Set on an estate in South-East London, where the young people are left to their own devices and where carrying a knife is second nature, we follow the tragic journey of these two lovers over the course of 90 blood pumping minutes.
Shakespeare - tragedy
A violent brawl between the houses of Capulet and Montague re-opens the bitter rivalry of both families. On either side of the divide stand two young lovers who will risk all to be together.
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