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'Your cat is watching you!' The fearless felines hidden by their author
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Idris Elba meets Kwame Kwei-Armah: 'I feel a massive connection with trees'
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“The way they perform is so free. It’s without hierarchy and without that strange poshness that seems to creep into British theatre."
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Judi Dench defends work of Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein
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Romeo and Juliet, from Ashcroft to Zeffirelli – in pictures
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'Your cat is watching you!' The fearless felines hidden by their author
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10 essential Edinburgh fringe shows
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Bad jokes? They're outright evil from this anti-comedian
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Indira Varma: 'All I was being offered was women undressing'
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Greenwich + Docklands international festival review – an unreal takeover of the streets
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Mark Rylance: With its links to BP, I can’t stay in the Royal Shakespeare Company
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'We're afraid': the queer Brazilian sex artists targeted by Bolsonaro
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10 essential Edinburgh fringe shows
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Robert Icke: 'British theatre often thinks of itself as church'
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Greenwich + Docklands international festival review – an unreal takeover of the streets
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Idris Elba meets Kwame Kwei-Armah: 'I feel a massive connection with trees'
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After Dark review – a deliciously dank vision of Victorian London
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Robert Icke: 'British theatre often thinks of itself as church'
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Guardian Stage Jun 23
The week in theatre: Bitter Wheat; Xanadu; Strange Fruit – review
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Guardian Stage Jun 23
Blithe Spirit review – Richard Eyre's skilfully crafted revival
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