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Guardian Stage Nov 16
Ten of the best theatre shows for Christmas 2018
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Guardian Stage Nov 16
Layla and Majnun – Yo-Yo Ma and Mark Morris's swirling tragedy
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Guardian Stage Nov 16
Anthony Ekundayo Lennon’s story is not ‘black and white’
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Guardian Stage Nov 16
A Small Place review – Jamaica Kincaid's passionate polemic brought to life
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Guardian Stage Nov 16
Jessie Cave: ‘I can’t remember jokes. It’s a problem socially … and in my career’
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'There's a lot of power in being young': Hamilton lead actor Jamael Westman on making change - video
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Guardian Stage Nov 16
La Bayadère review – Ratmansky returns orientalist fantasy to its roots
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Guardian Stage Nov 16
Layla and Majnun review – Yo-Yo Ma and Mark Morris's swirling tragedy
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Guardian Stage Nov 16
Macbeth review – real-life husband and wife make a dynamic duo
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Guardian Stage Nov 16
Robert Glenister: 'All of a sudden, I found myself acting with Harold Pinter in a rehearsal room at the National Theatre'
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Guardian Stage Nov 16
What to see this week in the UK
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Guardian Stage Nov 16
Love-Lies-Bleeding review – Don DeLillo play is a matter of life and death
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Guardian Stage Nov 15
Macbeth review – real-life husband and wife make a dynamic duo
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Guardian Stage Nov 15
Stephen Fry Live! in Heroes review – myths and Melchett around the fire
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Guardian Stage Nov 15
From the King of Comedy to People Just Do Nothing: why the 'cringe com' reigns
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Guardian Stage Nov 15
'There's a lot of power in being young': Hamilton lead actor Jamael Westman on making change - video
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Guardian Stage Nov 15
Love-Lies-Bleeding review – Don DeLillo's play is a matter of life and death
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Guardian Stage Nov 15
Tamsin Greig: 'As a teenager I used to quote lines from The Homecoming as if they were my own'
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Guardian Stage Nov 15
Tamsin Greig, Robert Glenister and Janie Dee on their favourite Pinter plays
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Guardian Stage Nov 15
Love-Lies-Bleeding review – DeLillo play is a matter of life and death
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