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  • But I'm A Cheerleader
    But I’m A Cheerleader
    Turbine Theatre
    No Matinee

    But I’m A Cheerleader: The Musicalis the story ofMegan, an all-American high school cheerleader who has the perfect life.That is, until she finds out her friends and family suspect her of being a lesbian and send her packing to ‘True Directions,’ a rehabilitationcamp to set her straight.

  • Bloody Difficult Women
    Bloody Difficult Women
    Riverside Studios
    No Matinee

    Tim Walker's brand-new drama sees the tumultuous political events of recent years played out in a power struggle between two determined women. His intensely human account of the court case Mrs Miller brought against Mrs May makes for revealing and often very funny theatre, but ultimately it's a tragedy, where there are no winners, only losers. Walker brings the story bang up to date in a dramatic finale which says so much about the deep divisions we still have in our country.

  • Black Love
    Kiln Theatre
    No Matinee

    Meet Aurora and Orion. Sister and brother. Constellations in time. More than blood. More than just fam. Inside their small London flat, memories of their parents’ Black love surrounds them. When that love is threatened, they must first find understanding and connection before they can begin to find a way back to one another.

  • Britannicus
    Lyric Hammersmith Theatre
    No Matinee

    Award-winning director Atri Banerjee brings an epic new production of Britannicus by Jean Racine, translated and adapted by Timberlake Wertenbaker, a tour de force of theatre, once described as “’the doyenne of political theatre”. This noble tragedy explores monarchy, dictatorship and depravity.

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