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Fri 10 Oct 2014

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Book by Kevin Del Aguila, and Music and Lyrics by Gary Adler and Michael Patrick Walker. Conceived by Marc Kessler & Ken Davenport
Greenwich Theatre
With their heavenly harmonies, divine dance moves, and faith that’s stronger than their hair gel, the ALTAR BOYZ are ready to spread the good news through the glory of sweet pop music…

By Mike Poblete
Etcetera Pub Theatre
A play about faith, justice and the indomitable nature of the human spirit.

by Teatr ZAR
Battersea Arts Centre
Armine, Sister is dedicated to Armenian history and culture and to the Armenian genocide. Tackling the issue of historic taboos and lies, it is an attempt to identify our place in relation to past generations and to understand who we are. Using intense physicality, Teatr ZAR deliver a powerful performance through music and movement.

by William Shakespeare
Southwark Playhouse - The Large Space
Rosalind, daughter of a duke banished by his own brother, is forced into exile by her despotic uncle. With only her spectacular wit and her loyal cousin Celia and servant Touchstone to support her, she is forced to disguise herself as a man and enter the Forest of Arden searching for her father. When the love of her life, Orlando, also on the run in the forest, doesn't recognise her, Rosalind decides to teach him the truth about love.

By Susannah Finzi
1982. Three people on the brink; a lawyer with a high profile case, an old man with a mission, a peace negotiator with a secret. Their lives are about to change. None as they intend.

by Chris Thorpe & Rachel Chavkin
Battersea Arts Centre
Confirmation is about gulfs we can't talk across and the way we choose to see only the evidence that proves we're right. Working with research into the phenomenon of confirmation bias, Confirmation is an attempt to have an honourable dialogue with political extremism - to find out how we can end up so far apart.

by Deborah Bruce
Orange Tree Theatre
Good friends should be there for one another - no matter what. But when Bea returns home after three years abroad having made a bold choice about her life, old friends struggle to support her. Or even to understand. One night in Brighton, things threaten to slide into chaos... A comedy about motherhood (and fatherhood); about keeping control and letting go. Relationships are hard: long-term ones harder still. What does it take to really go the distance?

by Marius von Mayenburg
Arcola Theatre
A hot August night. M finds himself at the dead end of a dark and deserted street, where everything has decayed and time has stopped. Hurled into a nightmare world, where wolves prowl, hunger is everywhere, and nothing is quite what it seems, M does the only logical thing: he runs. His flight through this land of blood and dust, flesh-eating seductresses and talking dogs forces him to confront his very existence, and as dawn approaches M realises this is one nightmare he may never awake from.

by John Van Druten
Jermyn Street Theatre
A time shift work set in London in 1934 and in Sussex from 1914 to 1916, the play tells the story of the Jacklyn family torn apart by the Great War. Tackling the issues of how the conflict had a long lasting and devastating effect on a whole generation, the play is a both a eulogy to those who fell and a testament to those who lived on without them.

By Becky Mode
Menier Chocolate Factory
'Resting actor' Sam Peliczowski is in demand…but not for his acting. Instead he mans the red-hot reservation line at Manhattan's number-one eatery and everyone wants a piece of him...

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