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A square, three quarters black and one quarter yellow, and on the vertical line where these meet, an image of the Liverpool docks skyline, including the Liver Building, is rotated 90 degrees clockwise, against which, the face of a man is looking into the black area of the square.

Boys from the Blackstuff

James Graham’s (Dear England) powerful new adaptation comes to the South Bank, 40 years after Alan Bleasdale’s ground-breaking television series.
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Two women in thin white dresses stand in a river, soaking wet, one is pushing her hair back from her face. A low-lying city skyline and bridge are behind them in the distance.

London Tide

Ian Rickson returns to direct Ben Power's adaptation of Dickens' Our Mutual Friend, with music by PJ Harvey
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Artwork with two superimposed images, one of a very blurred human face over which is a translucent image of a leaf. On top of these is a meandering line in blue, red and blue again, that could be a river, or capilliaries.

Mnemonic

25 years after its first staging, Complicité bring their ‘Astonishing, transfixing, transcendent production’ (New York Times) back to the National Theatre.
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A gold and jewel encrusted crown rests on a wooden spoon that sits in a small pool of orange-coloured sauce, on a red surface. Sauce drips from part of the crown. A red and white checked cloth lies folded in the top right.

The Hot Wing King

Katori Hall’s Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy makes its London debut in a fiery new production directed by Roy Alexander Weise.
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Artwork with two superimposed images, one of a very blurred human face over which is a translucent image of a leaf. On top of these is a meandering line in blue, red and blue again, that could be a river, or capilliaries.

Mnemonic

25 years after its first staging, Complicité bring their ‘Astonishing, transfixing, transcendent production’ (New York Times) back to the National Theatre.
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A woman and two men sit together in front of the open flap of a canvas tent. Packing boxes and canvas bags are either side of them and an open fore is before them.

The Grapes of Wrath

Carrie Cracknell (Julie, The Deep Blue Sea) directs Frank Galati’s Tony Award-winning adaptation of John Steinbeck’s masterpiece.
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A woman and two men sit together in front of the open flap of a canvas tent. Packing boxes and canvas bags are either side of them and an open fore is before them.

The Grapes of Wrath

Carrie Cracknell (Julie, The Deep Blue Sea) directs Frank Galati’s Tony Award-winning adaptation of John Steinbeck’s masterpiece.
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A gold and jewel encrusted crown rests on a wooden spoon that sits in a small pool of orange-coloured sauce, on a red surface. Sauce drips from part of the crown. A red and white checked cloth lies folded in the top right.

The Hot Wing King

Katori Hall’s Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy makes its London debut in a fiery new production directed by Roy Alexander Weise.
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A photo of the head and shoulders of a man (David Oyelowo), wearing nothing. He stands against a roughly rendered, light coloured wall.

Coriolanus

David Oyelowo makes his highly anticipated return to the London stage in Lyndsey Turner’s thrilling new production of Shakespeare’s timeless political tragedy.
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A blurred or shaken photo of a woman (Meera Syal), smiling and wearing gold jewellry and a blue dress.

A Tupperware of Ashes

Meera Syal is Queenie in Tanika Gupta's new play, a vivid and heart-breaking family drama about life, immigration and the Indian spiritual cycle of death and rebirth.
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A woman wearing a lilac coloured trouser suit and with eyes closed, lies flat on their back on a a green grassy space.

The Other Place

Emma D’Arcy is Annie in this retelling of the classic Antigone story, from Alexander Zeldin (The Confessions). With music by Yannis Philippakis (Foals).
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A photo of the head and shoulders of a man (David Oyelowo), wearing nothing. He stands against a roughly rendered, light coloured wall.

Coriolanus

David Oyelowo makes his highly anticipated return to the London stage in Lyndsey Turner’s thrilling new production of Shakespeare’s timeless political tragedy.
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A woman wearing a lilac coloured trouser suit and with eyes closed, lies flat on their back on a a green grassy space.

The Other Place

Emma D’Arcy is Annie in this retelling of the classic Antigone story, from Alexander Zeldin (The Confessions). With music by Yannis Philippakis (Foals).
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A blurred or shaken photo of a woman (Meera Syal), smiling and wearing gold jewellry and a blue dress.

A Tupperware of Ashes

Meera Syal is Queenie in Tanika Gupta's new play, a vivid and heart-breaking family drama about life, immigration and the Indian spiritual cycle of death and rebirth.
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A man, wearing top hat and tails, is running, against a bright pink background.

The Importance of Being Earnest

Olivier Award-winner Sharon D Clarke is joined by Ncuti Gatwa and Hugh Skinner, in Max Webster’s joyful and flamboyant production of Oscar Wilde’s most celebrated comedy.
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Text reading

Ballet Shoes

The beloved best-selling book is spectacularly reinvented for stage in this new adaptation by Kendall Feaver.
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Text reading

Ballet Shoes

The beloved best-selling book is spectacularly reinvented for stage in this new adaptation by Kendall Feaver.
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A man, wearing top hat and tails, is running, against a bright pink background.

The Importance of Being Earnest

Olivier Award-winner Sharon D Clarke is joined by Ncuti Gatwa and Hugh Skinner, in Max Webster’s joyful and flamboyant production of Oscar Wilde’s most celebrated comedy.
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