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  • Juliet and Romeo: A guide to long life and happy marriage

    Until Feb 24, 2018

  • The Shape of The Pain

    Feb 20 - Mar 10, 2018

  • Not I

    Feb 28 - Mar 17, 2018

  • The Paper Cinema's Macbeth

    Mar 20 - Apr 4, 2018

Juliet and Romeo: A guide to long life and happy marriage Poster

Juliet and Romeo: A guide to long life and happy marriage

Until February 24, 2018

Everyone knows the story of Romeo and Juliet, boy meets girl, they fall in love and then the play ends with the pair both dead. But, what if Romeo and Juliet survived? This is what award-winning dance company, Lost Dog have been exploring with their new re-imagining of Shakespeare's classic.

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The Shape of The Pain

February 20 - March 10, 2018

Pain is not often a straightforward sensation. From a headache to a heartbreak, the human language is generally able to convey a sense of what it feels like. But when there are no words to describe, how does one articulate their pain? Written by Chris Thorpe, the Shape of Pain is based on director Rachel Bagshaw's relationship with chronic pain and articulates the sensations she feels through sound, lighting and video.

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Not I

February 28 - March 17, 2018

Jess Thom is an award-winning theatre maker and comedian who's changed the course of performance making by reclaiming her Tourettes and incorporating her tics into the shows that she creates. In her latest creation, Thom takes on Samuel Beckett and his short play, Not I, in a theatrical experience like no other.

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The Paper Cinema's Macbeth

March 20 - April 4, 2018

Experience Shakespeare as you've never seen it before! The thrilling twists and turns of one of the bard's most famous tragedies is recreated with paper and puppetry in The Paper Cinema's Macbeth. Using illustrations, projections and a live score, a silent-film atmosphere is conjured while the London-based company recreates the complex characters and astonishing battles that unfold in the windy Scottish moors.

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PizzaExpress Clapham - Lavender Hill
0.38 mi away at 230-236 Lavender Hill
Main £10 | Three course meal £30
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The Northcote
0.55 mi away at 2 Northcote Road
Main £10 | Three course meal £18
Pub: British Cuisine

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