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August 2019
£10/8 (conc.)
  • Theatre: Sh*t Happens at Camden Fringe

    Camden People’s Theatre

  • August 14 7:15 PM to August 18 9:00 PM
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  • 58-60 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 2PY
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    Sh*t Happens Performance by Patrycja Dynowska at Camden Fringe Wednesday 14 August – Sunday 18 August 2019, 7.15 PM (5.30 PM on Sunday) Camden People’s Theatre 58-60 Hampstead Road London NW1 2PY BOOK NOW Sh*t Happens is a multidisciplinary performance exploring the taboos and challenges of living with Inflammatory Bowel Disease, drawing on personal experience of one of the more than 300,000 people currently affected in the UK. The performance deals with the awkward and often embarrassing subject in a…

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£16, £13 conc
  • THEATRE: Molodyi Teatr London’s ‘All That Remains’

    pin The Brockley Jack Studio Theatre

  • August 6 7:30 PM to August 8 9:00 PM
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  • 410 Brockley Road, London, SE4 2DH
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    All That Remains is a reflection on memory and loss based on true stories from the ongoing war in Ukraine. A woman who has lost her brother and is left with only a few of his belongings tries to make sense of what happened. The show weaves her story together with those of the volunteers (mostly women) who keep the army supplied with the basics that the state doesn’t provide, fellow soldiers haunted by memories, and the voice of her…

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July 2019
Free
  • Mihaela Drăgan’s ‘Roma Futurism’: from the Royal Court to Belgravia

    Romanian Cultural Institute

  • July 13 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
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      This July, we are proud to continue our collaboration with the Royal Court Theatre and celebrate Romanian actress and playwright Mihaela Drăgan, selected by the prestigious organisation for their 2019 Summer Residency programme. At 1 Belgrave Square, together with British artist Delaine Le Bas, the acclaimed dramatist performs a rehearsed reading of her concept play entitled ‘Roma Futurism’. Creating performances that have a feminist agenda and bring to life issues the Roma community faces nowadays, Mihaela Drăgan has developed…

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June 2019
£17/£8.50
  • Step Change Studios returns to Sadler’s Wells

    Lilian Baylis Studio

  • June 27 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R
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    Thursday 27 June 2019, 7.30pm Lilian Baylis Studio Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R BOOK NOW Fairy Tales showcases solo, duet and group numbers interpreting the universal themes of childhood tales through ballroom and Latin-inspired dance. The production challenges the boundaries of dance and the dancer, drawing on the artists’ backgrounds to create original pieces. Step Change Studios founder and producer of Fairy Tales Rashmi Becker said: “Last year I had the privilege of presenting the UK’s first inclusive ballroom-inspired show Fusion…

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£14/12 (conc.)
  • Maklena: Ukrainian play at Camden People’s Theatre, 26 & 28 June 2019

    Camden People’s Theatre

  • June 26 7:15 PM to June 28 9:00 PM
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  • 58-60 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 2PY
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    WHEN: Wednesday 26 June & Friday 28 June 2019 at 7.15pm WHERE: Camden People’s Theatre, 58-60 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 2PY Admission: £14/12 (conc.) Book here Night Train’s English-language premiere of MAKLENA returns to CPT after a sold-out 2018 run, and fresh from the tour to Ukraine. ABOUT THE SHOW For thirteen-year-old Maklena, the Soviet Union is the best fairy tale yet. While her family faces dire poverty in 1930s Poland, Maklena dreams of a better life across the border…

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£12-£15
  • Shakespeare and Poland

    The Globe

  • June 26 7:00 PM to July 6 10:00 PM
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  • 21 New Globe Walk, London, SE1 9DT
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    at the Globe Wednesday 26 June – Sunday 6 July 2019 21 New Globe Walk Bankside London SE1 9DT   Shakespeare and Poland celebrates Poland’s particular affinity and fascination with Shakespeare’s plays. The two-week festival embraces live theatre, film, illustration, music and song. It includes a visit from the remarkable Song of the Goat Theatre Company with a rare opportunity to see their Songs of Lear.   The festival also marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of the extraordinary…

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£21.91 - £48.56
  • Theatre: Закон исключенного третьего – Stage RC

    Playground Theatre

  • June 8 3:00 AM to June 9 9:00 PM
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  • Latimer Road, London, W10 6RQ
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    Двое немолодых бездетных ученых подошли к кризису семейной жизни. Он – филолог, редактор толстого литературного журнала – влюбился в молодую сотрудницу. Она – преподаватель математической логики в вузе – отпускает его без внешних эмоций. Но он не может так просто уйти, ему не хватает её тонкого, точного ума, интеллектуальных, хлестких разговоров. После провала романа, он возвращается к жене. Кажется, что жена принимает его так же легко, как и отпустила. Однако истинный, непримиримый конфликт лежит куда глубже сексуальной неудовлетворенности. Их маленькая…

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£10
  • WESELE / WEDDING A one-woman participatory cabaret

    The Rich Mix Arts Centre

  • June 7 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM
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  • 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road E1 6LA
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    Preceded by Seminar Talk, part of UCL Festival of Culture. Friday, 7 June 2019 Seminar: 6.30pm Show: 7.30pm Rich Mix 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA BOOK NOW Wesele / Wedding written and performed by Margot Przymierska, developed with and directed by Patrizia Paolini is a participatory cabaret extravaganza rooted in the European tradition of absurdist political comedy with a Polish-English love story at heart. It’s the last Polish-English wedding before the Brexit-imposed borders close around the UK, sealing…

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£20/£10 + booking fee
  • Spectacle ‘They’ by Stanislaw Witkiewicz: a dark comedy in London

    Theatro Technis

  • June 3 7:30 PM to June 8 9:00 PM
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  • 26 Crowndale Road NW1 1 TT;
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    3-8 June, 7.30pm Theatro Technis 26 Crowndale Road, London, NW1 1 TT BOOK NOW They (Oni), was written in 1920 by the iconic Polish playwright S.I. Witkiewicz as a response to the convulsions of the Bolshevik Revolution and the first World War. It is an early absurdist dark comedy in which a secret government is attempting to bring about the death of art in order to easier control the people.We believe this play to be of particular interest to lovers…

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May 2019
Free
  • Theatre play ‘A Little Comedy’ in Enfield, London

    Millfield Theatre

  • May 24 7:30 PM to May 27 9:00 PM
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  • Silver St, Edmonton, London, N18 1PJ
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    Please note, this production is in Bulgarian language only. 24.05.2019 (Friday), Millfield Theatre, Enfield, 7.30pm Reserve seats HERE. Most of the great Chekhov’s plays are described as a comedy but most often people come out from the theatre with tears in their eyes. The one-act theatre plays ‘Bear’ and ‘Proposal’ are real comedies. And that’s why this theatrical production engages the virtuoso trio of actors Asen Blatechki, Kalin Vrachanski and Koyna Ruseva. The goal is purely fun, brought by the glamorous acting…

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  • BÉZNĂ Theatre’s Illegalised, on UK Tour

    Applecart Arts

  • May 16 7:00 PM to May 18 9:00 PM
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  • 170 Harold Road E13 OSE
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    We join forces with a series of British partners to support the UK Tour of ‘Illegalised’, a new play by British-Romanian collective BÉZNĂ Theatre that will be presented, in world premiere, throughout the month of May. ILLEGALISED is the first in BÉZNĂ Theatre’s cycle of multi-lingual plays, a direct response to ‘My Name is Other’, a fully-funded research project in London, Bedford, Daventry and Sheffield that investigates othering, structural racism in the UK, and Britain’s colonial past. The text is…

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£23 – £27
  • Theatre: Xameleon Theatre presents ‘Anna Karenina’

    The Cockpit Theatre

  • May 16 6:30 PM to May 18 9:00 PM
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  • Gateforth St. NW8 8EH
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    ANNA KARENINA Based on Leo Tolstoy’s novel. Performed in Russian with English subtitles Recommended age: 12+ 16,17,18 May 2019 @7:30 pm Anna, facing a lifetime of unhappiness in a marriage void of affection meets a dashing military officer, Alexey Vronsky. Her story is paralleled by that of strong-minded Levin and charming Kitty, frivolous Stiva and loyal Dolly and their worlds are all falling apart. “There are as many kinds of love as there are hearts” says Leo Tolstoy in his…

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£24/£12
  • Theatre: Why the Child is Cooking in the Polenta?

    Gate Theatre

  • May 1 7:30 PM to May 4 9:00 PM
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  • Pembridge Road W11 3HQ
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    What does it mean to feel foreign? A family of famous circus artists flee communist Romania for the promise of a better life in the West, knowing they can’t ever return home. As the youngest daughter tries to adjust to her new life in Switzerland, it becomes clear that she must go to extreme lengths to provide for her family. Romanian artist Edith Alibec brings her multi award-winning one-woman show to the Gate Theatre based on the influential novel by…

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April 2019
  • BÉZNĂ Theatre’s Illegalised, on UK Tour

    Camden People’s Theatre

  • April 30 6:00 PM to May 2 8:00 PM
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  • 58-60 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 2PY
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    We join forces with a series of British partners to support the UK Tour of ‘Illegalised’, a new play by British-Romanian collective BÉZNĂ Theatre that will be presented, in world premiere, throughout the month of May. ILLEGALISED is the first in BÉZNĂ Theatre’s cycle of multi-lingual plays, a direct response to ‘My Name is Other’, a fully-funded research project in London, Bedford, Daventry and Sheffield that investigates othering, structural racism in the UK, and Britain’s colonial past. The text is…

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FREE
  • Product and Monologue No. 1: Theatre of Displaced People, 26 April 2019

    School of Arts, Birkbeck College

  • April 26 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 43 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PD
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    WHEN: Fri, 26 April 2019, 19:00 – 21:00 BST WHERE: School of Arts, Birkbeck College, 43 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PD Admission: FREE. Register here On 26 April Birkbeck’s Centre for Contemporary Theatre hosts two short performances by Ukraine’s Theatre of Displaced People. Co-founded in 2015 by playwright Natalia Vorozhbyt, director Georg Genoux, and military psychologist Aleksei Karachinsky, the Theatre of Displaced People has come to constitute one of the most immediate and distinctive artistic responses to the ongoing war…

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FREE
  • FEAST (a play in one cooking)

    Romanian Cultural Institute

  • April 11 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
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    Our theatre programme continues in April with a novel piece inspired by Shakespeare’s dramaturgy and written by London-based Romanian actress Olivia Negrean, entitled ‘Feast (a play in one cooking)’. Six of the Bard’s female characters are brought to life by a cast of female actors of five different nationalities, including the writer herself. As they start to understand each other’s lives, Isabella, Lady Macbeth, Ophelia, Lady Anne, Imogen and Emilia debate on the importance of literature and what it means to be…

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March 2019
£25, with concessions at £17
  • Bedřich Smetana’s Opera Libuše at Bloomsbury Theatre

    Bloomsbury Theatre

  • March 18 7:30 PM to March 23 11:00 PM
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  • 15 Gordon Street WC1H OAH
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    In its 68th year University College Opera is continuing its popular tradition of staging lesser-known operas with this year’s production of the British staged premiere of Bedřich Smetana’s Libuše. Returning to the newly refurbished Bloomsbury Theatre, the cast and orchestra, composed of both professionals and members of the student body, will be led by musical director Charles Peebles, with direction by Cecilia Stinton. “O, that she might only choose a husband, capable of restraining passion!” Composed in 1871-72, UCO reimagines Smetana’s Bohemian…

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£17.50 (£12.50)
  • Polish Dance Theatre at Laban Trinity

    Trinity Laban

  • March 14 7:30 PM to March 15 9:00 PM
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  • King Charles Court (Stuart Hall), Old Royal Naval College, SE10 9JF
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    Forefather’s Eve_Copy.Doc  14-15 March 2019, 7.30pm Laban Theatre Laban Building 30 Creekside London SE8 3DZ BOOK NOW Throughout history, people have sought to achieve higher degrees of consciousness, whether through the experience of catharsis, spiritual rapture, conscious dreaming or ruptures in the structure of consciousness. Inspired by Adam Mickiewicz’s Forefathers’ Eve and William Gibson’s Sprawl Trilogy, Forefather’s Eve_copy.doc is a modern reflection of the idea of ritual, and a narrative about the body threatened with annihilation. Using codified structures and…

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£10/£8
  • ‘All That Remains’ by Molodyi Teatr London

    Calder bookshop theatre

  • March 8 7:30 PM to March 9 10:00 PM
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  • 51 The Cut, London, SE1 8LF
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    WHEN: Friday 8 and Saturday 9 March, 7:30pm (followed by a post-show discussion). WHERE: Calder bookshop theatre (51 The Cut, Waterloo, London SE1 8LF). Admission: £10 (£8). To book your tickets, please contact The Calder Bookshop & Theatre: tel: 020 7620 2900, email: info@calderbookshop.com. If you have seen All That Remains already, tell your friends about it and consider coming again, as this is a new and improved version! If you haven’t seen it, hurry to book your tickets! All That Remains…

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February 2019
£17 / £13 concs
  • British-Croatian Society: Barbara Matijevic at The Place

    The Place

  • February 26 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
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  • 17 Dukes Road, London, WC1H 9PY
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    Giuseppe Chico and Barbara Matijević (Premier Stratagème)– Forecasting Forecasting is based on a collection of amateur videos taken from the world’s largest videosharing website: YouTube. Watch as a performer skilfully manipulates a laptop on the screen of which are shown YouTube videos that had been selected to meet the human size scale. From this simple criterion arises a set of spatial and temporal displacements. The screen becomes the site of intersection between the body of the performer and the two-dimensional…

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£22 - £26
  • Theatre: Diaries of Madmen / спектакль “Записки сумасшедших”

    The Cockpit Theatre

  • February 5 7:30 PM to February 10 9:00 PM
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  • Gateforth St. NW8 8EH
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    The show runs from 5th until 10th February at The Cockpit Theatre, London. More information could be found here: https://diariesofmadmen.eventbrite.com/?aff=news Diaries of Madmen is Xameleon Theatre’s new production based on Nikolai Gogol’s novel Diary of a Madman and Russian musician’s Piotr Ilyitch Tchaikovsky’s personal diaries. Famous farcical short story by one of the greatest Russian writers Nikolai Gogol, is a funny and brutal exploration of a civil servant’s Poprishchin struggle to keep a grip on reality. Madness might mean a failure to find your proper place…

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January 2019
£26.50
  • Counting Sheep: immersive theatre production about Ukrainian Maidan Revolution

    The Vaults

  • January 23 7:30 PM to March 6 9:30 PM
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  • Leake Street SE1 7NN
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    WHEN: 23 January – 17 March WHERE: Forge – The Vaults, Launcelot Street (near Waterloo station) Admission: from £26.50. Book here Presented by Selfconscious Productions & Wild Yak, in association with Hot Feat ★★★★★ Broadway Baby ★★★★★ Ed Fest Magazine ★★★★★ British Theatre Guide ★★★★ Toronto Star The award-winning (Scotsman Fringe First, Amnesty International Freedom of Expression) theatrical sensation comes to London in a brand new version from the directors of the Belarus Free Theatre. Based on Mark and Marichka…

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from £26.50
  • Counting Sheep: immersive theatre production about Ukrainian Maidan Revolution

    The Vaults

  • January 23 7:00 PM to March 17 8:30 PM
Open
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  • Leake Street SE1 7NN
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    WHEN: 23 January – 17 March – see website for exact dates/times WHERE: Forge – The Vaults, Launcelot Street (near Waterloo station) Admission: from £26.50. Book here Presented by Selfconscious Productions & Wild Yak, in association with Hot Feat ★★★★★ Broadway Baby ★★★★★ Ed Fest Magazine ★★★★★ British Theatre Guide ★★★★ Toronto Star The award-winning (Scotsman Fringe First, Amnesty International Freedom of Expression) theatrical sensation comes to London in a brand new version from the directors of the Belarus Free…

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£5 / £7.50 for double bill
  • The Amazing Limbourg Brothers

    The Yard Theatre

  • January 10 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • Unit 2A, Queen’s Yard, White Post Lane, London, E9 5EN
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    A staged reading of a play by Beniamin M. Bukowski 10 January 2019, 7.15pm The Yard Theatre Unit 2A Queen’s Yard White Post Lane London E9 5EN BOOK NOW The Limbourg Brothers are impoverished medieval freelance creatives. They wanted to start a rock band but ‘The Limbourg Brothers’ is a crap name for rock band so they went into illumination instead. When they are commissioned to create ‘A Very Rich Book of Hours’ for the Duc de Berry, it looks…

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2018December 2018
Free admission for BCSA members, £10 non-members, £5 full-time students
  • How to become a Czech in one hour

    The Czech Embassy

  • 04/12/2018 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM
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  • 26-30 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W8 4QY
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    Keen to learn something about the Czechs but too afraid to ask? This one-man show performed in English by Czech actor Tomáš Vaňek explains some of the cultural pitfalls from the Czech point of view. Beer, knedlíky, Karel Gott and the Czech fashion for wearing socks with sandals are just a few topics that are touched upon. The BCSA is delighted that the Royal Theatre and Club Chic in Vinohrady, Prague has agreed to this London performance. Registration is necessary for all…

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November 2018
Early bird tickets (until 15th Oct): £20 / After: £23-£26
  • A Dog’s Heart by Bulgakov

    Canada Water Culture Space

  • 22/11/2018 7:30 AM to 24/11/2018 3:00 PM
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  • 21 Surrey Quays Road, London, SE16 7AR
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    A Dog’s Heart Stage adaptation of Mikhail Bulgakov’s famous novel by London based Russian company Xameleon Theatre A brilliant medical professor transplants human hypophysis into a stray dog and creates a monstrous man who turns on his creator… Xameleon Theatre is presenting its previously sold-out show – A Dog’s Heart – a contemporary adaptation of Master and Margarita’s author Mikhail Bulgakov’s satiric masterpiece. A Dog’s Heart written in 1925, set in the surrealistic world, and featuring a stray dog named…

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October 2018
£25
  • Bolek Polívka Theatre: The Jester and the Son

    Shaw Theatre

  • 16/10/2018 7:30 PM to 17/11/2018 7:30 PM
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  • 100-110 Euston Rd, London, NW1 2AJ
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    n order to punish a young aristocrat a canny and cruel jester king decides to transform him into a jester. With the help of his companions in a jesters´ retirement home he subjects the novice to lessons helping him to discover his jester self. But before a new jester can be born, he must undergo a ritual. In this follow up to Bolek Polívka’s now legendary play The Jester and the Queen, in which he starred alongside his wife, Polívka…

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£20-£25
  • The Little Prince by Xameleon Theatre

    The Cockpit Theatre

  • 10/10/2018 7:30 PM to 12/10/2018 7:30 PM
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  • Gateforth St. NW8 8EH
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    The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery A pilot crashes his plane in the desert and meets the little prince from a distant asteroid… After sold-out performances in March 2017, Xameleon Theatre brings back The Little Prince based on Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s universal tale. Directed by renowned Central Asian theatre director Ovlyakuli Khodzhakuli, this play talks about love, responsibility and loyalty in a simple and non-dogmatic way by bringing us back to the heart of what truly matters. This philosophical…

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FREE
  • Teatr Biuro Podróży at Bell Square, Hounslow

    Bell Square

  • 06/10/2018 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
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  • Hounslow High St. TW3 3HHA
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    Leading Polish theatre group comes to London after Edinburgh success 6 October 2018, 8pm Bell Square Hounslow High Street Hounslow TW3 3HH FREE An adaptation of the play by William Shakespeare. This open air production, where you move around with the action, follows the story of Leontes, the king of Sicily, and his obsessive jealousy which brings the family to tragedy, break-up. An American literary critic Harold Bloom called Leontes “Shakespeare’s finest representation of jealousy of the male heart. Shakespeare’s…

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£12.50/£16
  • Theatre: Olympics in Belgravia

    Tara Arts Centre

  • 01/10/2018 7:30 PM to 07/10/2018 4:00 PM
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  • Earlsfield, London, SW18 4ES
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    Our autumn theatre season continues where you would least expect it – at the Olympics! ‘The Olympians‘, a coming-of-age story that looks at themes of great relevance in today’s world – immigration, class divide, body image and race -, is brought to our stage by Romanian-British trio Beatrice Ragea, Ioana Goga and Jez Davess-Humphrey. A fun and edgy show that strikes a chord in the individual conscience, the play will continue at London’s Tara Arts Centre and Kings Head Theatre.…

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September 2018
Full price: £15 Concessions: £10 Full Week Ticket (4 shows): £40
  • RUSSIAN DRAMA WEEK: “The Locked Door” by Pavel Pryazhko

    The Cockpit Theatre

  • 16/09/2018 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM
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  • Gateforth St. NW8 8EH
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    Pavel Pryazhko’s highly distinctive plays have won him several major Russian language theatre awards and have been presented all over Europe. Andrew Dickson from The Guardian called Pryazhko “a writer to watch” as “he knows how to leave the most profound things unsaid”. However, Pavel Pryazhko is fairly unknown in the UK: apart from one rehearsed reading at the Royal Court in 2011 and production of Harvest at Theatre Royal Bath and Soho Theatre in 2015 his plays haven’t reached…

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Full price: £15 Concessions: £10 Full Week Ticket (4 shows): £40
  • RUSSIAN DRAMA WEEK: “Somnambulism” by Yaroslava Pulinovich

    The Cockpit Theatre

  • 15/09/2018 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • Gateforth St. NW8 8EH
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    One of the most influential playwrights in Russia today, Yaroslava Pulinovich, was born in Omsk, Russia in 1987, into a family of journalists. In 2009 she graduated from the Yekaterinburg Theatre Institute, where she trained under Nikolai Koliada. Her plays have been performed in the UK, the US, Poland, Estonia, Ukraine and in over forty theatres across Russia: in Moscow, St Petersburg, Omsk, Krasnoyarsk and many other cities. Yaroslava’s plays won various international contests including the Voice of a Generation Prize,…

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Full price: £15 Concessions: £10 Full Week Ticket (4 shows): £40
  • RUSSIAN DRAMA WEEK: “Tomorrow” by Natalia Vorozhbyt

    The Cockpit Theatre

  • 14/09/2018 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • Gateforth St. NW8 8EH
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    You live your life the best you can and then a War breaks out in your country. The War influences you and everyone you know and there is no way anyone can ignore it. Whoever you are – a man or a woman, a child or a housewife, an artist or an elephant, alive or dead – you have to respond the way you can. Will tomorrow ever come? Is tomorrow at all possible? Isn’t any tomorrow truly impossible during…

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Full price: £15 Concessions: £10 Full Week Ticket (4 shows): £40
  • RUSSIAN DRAMA WEEK: “Tanya Tanya” by Olga Mukhina

    The Cockpit Theatre

  • 13/09/2018 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • Gateforth St. NW8 8EH
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    Written in 1996, Tanya Tanya is probably one of the best known plays of the last decade in Russia. Famous Fomenko theatre in Moscow performed it to a great success and Olga Mukhina was praised for her unique style and called “new Chekhov”. The play is considered the starting point of New Drama movement in Russia. According to the critic and translator John Freedman, “This is the play that broke the vicious circle, that proved to large numbers of people…

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£13
  • Theatre: “A Pocketful of Bread”

    Ovalhouse

  • 10/09/2018 7:30 PM to 13/09/2018 9:30 PM
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  • 52-54 KENNINGTON OVAL, London, SE11 5SW
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    When Man with a Cane and Man with a Hat find a dog stuck at the bottom of an abandoned well the two passers-by fiercely rant against the unknown culprit, passionately bickering about how to help the dog out, anxiously philosophising about the madness of the world, aggressively accusing each other, and…doing nothing…while fervently justifying their inaction. Written in Romania in 1984, with productions in France between the 1990s and 2010, this contemporary fable humorously explores aspects of human nature and socio-political…

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£15, Under 30: £10
  • Matei Vişniec’s Absurdist Masterpiece is Back in London

    The Bunker

  • 06/09/2018 7:30 PM to 08/09/2018 9:30 PM
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  • 53a Southwark Street, London, SE1 1RU
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    After a most successful run in the 2017 edition of the Vault Festival and an even more applauded remake within the Braşov International Theatre Festival in Romania, Atelier Theatre Studio brings Matei Vişniec’s ‘What Shall We Do with the Cello?’ to the newest fringe theatre in London, The Bunker. Amusing and dark, this surreal comedy goes straight to the heart of intolerance and stupidity and is staged by Romanian director Vasile Nedelcu with the help of a British-Romanian creative team:…

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Free
  • Theatre: “Candele nestinse”

    Romanian Cultural Centre in London

  • 05/09/2018 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • Manchester Square, 18 Fitzharding W1H 6EQ
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    ABOUT THE PLAY Eternal Flames is a black comedy set during the Communist period in Romania at the peak of its ferocity, in the 1950s. The simple act of being an intellectual and retaining integrity was a strong enough case for imprisonment, but anything could be punished: a meeting, a smile, a poem, a friendship. Prison was a place that few people survived, such were the atrocious conditions. ‘For nothing you get five years’ was the slogan of those times. Justice was…

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July 2018
£8 (£6)
  • All That Remains: new play by Molodyi Teatr London

    Camden People’s Theatre

  • 30/07/2018 7:15 PM to 05/08/2018 7:00 PM
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  • 58-60 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 2PY
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    WHEN: Monday, 30 July at 7:15pm and Sunday 5 August at 7:00 pm. WHERE: Camden People’s Theatre (part of the Camden Fringe). 58-60 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 2PY Admission: £8 (£6). Tickets will be on sale soon here All That Remains is a moving reflection on loss and memory. Set in the context of the ongoing war in Ukraine, the show uses documentary theatre, music and poetic storytelling to explore what remains when someone dies in armed conflict. Based entirely on real stories, the show weaves the voices…

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  • Old Joe’s Fish and Chill

    King's Head Theatre

  • 07/07/2018 3:30 PM to 08/07/2018 3:30 PM
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  • 115 Upper St. N1 1QN
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    RADA graduate company Be•wilder Theatre presents ‘Old Joe’s Fish ‘n’ Chill’. Following sell out runs at RADA and Bloomsbury Festival, Old Joe’ s returns for a strictly limited run. In a time when borders did not exist, visitors would queue up in front of the club for its famous fish & chips and colourful dance-floor. Everyone was a foreigner and everyone felt at home. Until the incident. After surviving a terrorist attack, Old Joe’s remains the last place where people…

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June 2018
  • Masca Theatre Company Tours the UK for the Romanian Centenary

  • 30/06/2018 2:00 PM to 22/07/2018 2:30 PM
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  • Masca, the renowned pantomime company from Bucharest, is taking to the UK for an extensive tour as part of our anniversary programme, celebrating 100 years since the unification of all Romanian provinces. The centrepiece of their performances is a new stunning performance, entitled ‘Us’, which tells the story of the Great Union through characters taken from popular culture. The tour also features shows based on the company’s trademark “living statues”. Founded and managed by legendary actor-director Mihai Mălaimare, Masca is…

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