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  1. Ordinary Days

    From one of musical theatre's most exciting new composers comes Ordinary Days, a refreshingly honest and funny musical about making real connections in the city that never sleeps (but probably should at some point). ORDINARY DAYS | 27-30 September 2017 Box office: sedos.co.uk Ordinary Days tells the story of four young New Yorkers whose lives intersect as they search for fulfilment, happiness, love and cabs. Through a score of vibrant and memorable songs, their experiences ring startlingly true to life. Ordinary Days is an original musical for anyone who's ever struggled to appreciate the simple things in a complex place. With equal doses of humour and poignancy, it celebrates how 8.3 million individual stories combine in unexpected ways to make New York City such a unique and extraordinary home. ORDINARY DAYS BRIDEWELL THEATRE | 27-30 September 2017 27-30 September 2017 at 9pm, Saturday performance at 2.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets £11.50-18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk
  2. New Article - Ordinary Days

    From one of musical theatre's most exciting new composers comes Ordinary Days, a refreshingly honest and funny musical about making real connections in the city that never sleeps (but probably should at some point). ORDINARY DAYS | 27-30 September 2017 Box office: sedos.co.uk Ordinary Days tells the story of four young New Yorkers whose lives intersect as they search for fulfilment, happiness, love and cabs. Through a score of vibrant and memorable songs, their experiences ring startlingly true to life. Ordinary Days is an original musical for anyone who's ever struggled to appreciate the simple things in a complex place. With equal doses of humour and poignancy, it celebrates how 8.3 million individual stories combine in unexpected ways to make New York City such a unique and extraordinary home. ORDINARY DAYS BRIDEWELL THEATRE | 27-30 September 2017 27-30 September 2017 at 9pm, Saturday performance at 2.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets £11.50-18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk View full news article
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    ORDINARY DAYS | 27-30 September 2017 Box office: sedos.co.uk “Ordinary Days captures with stinging clarity that uneasy moment in youth when doubts begin to cloud hopes for a future of unlimited possibility." — Charles Isherwood, The New York Times” From one of musical theatre's most exciting new composers comes Ordinary Days, a refreshingly honest and funny musical about making real connections in the city that never sleeps (but probably should at some point). Ordinary Days tells the story of four young New Yorkers whose lives intersect as they search for fulfilment, happiness, love and cabs. Through a score of vibrant and memorable songs, their experiences ring startlingly true to life. Ordinary Days is an original musical for anyone who's ever struggled to appreciate the simple things in a complex place. With equal doses of humour and poignancy, it celebrates how 8.3 million individual stories combine in unexpected ways to make New York City such a unique and extraordinary home. ORDINARY DAYS BRIDEWELL THEATRE | 27-30 September 2017 27-30 September 2017 at 9pm, Saturday performance at 2.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets £11.50-18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk =
  4. The Nether

    THE NETHER | by JENNIFER HALEY| 26-30 September 2017 Box office: sedos.co.uk The internet has evolved into the Nether, a vast network of virtual reality realms. Users may log in, choose an identity, and indulge any desire. When Detective Morris investigates a realm called The Hideaway where people with a sexual interest in children may live out their fantasies involving children, she brings its creator in for interrogation. They discover they have made emotional attachments in his realm that blind them to the greater questions of ethical behaviour, both in the imagination and the outside world. THE NETHER BRIDEWELL THEATRE | 26-30 September 2017 26-30 September 2017 at 7pm, Saturday performance at 5pm Tickets £11.50-18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk
  5. New Article - The Nether

    THE NETHER | by JENNIFER HALEY| 26-30 September 2017 Box office: sedos.co.uk The internet has evolved into the Nether, a vast network of virtual reality realms. Users may log in, choose an identity, and indulge any desire. When Detective Morris investigates a realm called The Hideaway where people with a sexual interest in children may live out their fantasies involving children, she brings its creator in for interrogation. They discover they have made emotional attachments in his realm that blind them to the greater questions of ethical behaviour, both in the imagination and the outside world. THE NETHER BRIDEWELL THEATRE | 26-30 September 2017 26-30 September 2017 at 7pm, Saturday performance at 5pm Tickets £11.50-18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk View full news article
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    THE NETHER | by JENNIFER HALEY| 26-30 September 2017 Box office: sedos.co.uk NETHER REALM Another world for mythical creatures Demon world A dimension of evil or imagination urbandictionary.com The internet has evolved into the Nether, a vast network of virtual reality realms. Users may log in, choose an identity, and indulge any desire. When Detective Morris investigates a realm called The Hideaway where people with a sexual interest in children may live out their fantasies involving children, she brings its creator in for interrogation. They discover they have made emotional attachments in his realm that blind them to the greater questions of ethical behaviour, both in the imagination and the outside world. THE NETHER BRIDEWELL THEATRE | 26-30 September 2017 26-30 September 2017 at 7pm, Saturday performance at 5pm Tickets £14-16 Box office: sedos.co.uk
  7. The Rivals

    THE RIVALS by RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN | 19-23 September 2017 Box office: sedos.co.uk Wealthy, head-strong beauty, Lydia Languish, wants to marry a poor man to offend her guardian Aunt and hopefully prompt a romantic elopement. Jack Absolute, himself a wealthy man, learns of this, and adopts the fake identity of Beverley, a poorly paid Ensign, in order to win her affections. From this deception, many complications arise with hilarious consequences, not least because she has two other eager suitors in the shape of Bob Acres and Sir Lucius O’Trigger. This pedigree comedy is too often staged simply as an academic opportunity to study the period. It is here to be presented as the fine situation comedy it is and it will definitely be played for laughs. That, after all, was the writer’s intention. The Rivals Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ 19-23 Sept 2017 at 7.30pm, Saturday matinee at 3pm Tickets £11.50 -18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk
  8. New Article - The Rivals

    THE RIVALS by RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN | 19-23 September 2017 Box office: sedos.co.uk Wealthy, head-strong beauty, Lydia Languish, wants to marry a poor man to offend her guardian Aunt and hopefully prompt a romantic elopement. Jack Absolute, himself a wealthy man, learns of this, and adopts the fake identity of Beverley, a poorly paid Ensign, in order to win her affections. From this deception, many complications arise with hilarious consequences, not least because she has two other eager suitors in the shape of Bob Acres and Sir Lucius O’Trigger. This pedigree comedy is too often staged simply as an academic opportunity to study the period. It is here to be presented as the fine situation comedy it is and it will definitely be played for laughs. That, after all, was the writer’s intention. The Rivals Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ 19-23 Sept 2017 at 7.30pm, Saturday matinee at 3pm Tickets £11.50 -18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk View full news article
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    THE RIVALS by RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN | 19-23 September 2017 Box office: sedos.co.uk “COME, COME, WE MUST LAY ASIDE SOME OF OUR ROMANCE - A LITTLE WEALTH AND COMFORT MAY BE ENDURED AFTER ALL” Wealthy, head-strong beauty, Lydia Languish, wants to marry a poor man to offend her guardian Aunt and hopefully prompt a romantic elopement. Jack Absolute, himself a wealthy man, learns of this, and adopts the fake identity of Beverley, a poorly paid Ensign, in order to win her affections. From this deception, many complications arise with hilarious consequences, not least because she has two other eager suitors in the shape of Bob Acres and Sir Lucius O’Trigger. This pedigree comedy is too often staged simply as an academic opportunity to study the period. It is here to be presented as the fine situation comedy it is and it will definitely be played for laughs. That, after all, was the writer’s intention. The Rivals Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ 19-23 Sept 2017 at 7.30pm, Saturday matinee at 3pm Tickets £11.50-18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk
  10. Frankenstein, a play by Nick Dear based on the novel by Mary Shelley FRANKENSTEIN Box office: sedos.co.uk “Slowly I learnt the ways of humans: how to ruin, how to hate, how to debase, how to humiliate. And at the feet of my master I learnt the highest of human skills, the skill no other creature owns: I finally learnt how to lie.” Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein's bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes, the friendless Creature, increasingly desperate and vengeful, determines to track down his creator and strike a terrifying deal. Urgent concerns of scientific responsibility, parental neglect, cognitive development and the nature of good and evil are embedded within this thrilling and deeply disturbing classic gothic tale. Frankenstein was first presented at the National Theatre, London, on 5 February 2011, directed by Danny Boyle. FRANKENSTEIN by NICK DEAR, based on the novel by MARY SHELLEY Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ 17-21 October 2017 at 7.45pm, Saturday matinee at 2.45pm Tickets £11.50-18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk View full news article
  11. Frankenstein, a play by Nick Dear based on the novel by Mary Shelley FRANKENSTEIN Box office: sedos.co.uk “Slowly I learnt the ways of humans: how to ruin, how to hate, how to debase, how to humiliate. And at the feet of my master I learnt the highest of human skills, the skill no other creature owns: I finally learnt how to lie.” Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein's bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes, the friendless Creature, increasingly desperate and vengeful, determines to track down his creator and strike a terrifying deal. Urgent concerns of scientific responsibility, parental neglect, cognitive development and the nature of good and evil are embedded within this thrilling and deeply disturbing classic gothic tale. Frankenstein was first presented at the National Theatre, London, on 5 February 2011, directed by Danny Boyle. FRANKENSTEIN by NICK DEAR, based on the novel by MARY SHELLEY Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ 17-21 October 2017 at 7.45pm, Saturday matinee at 2.45pm Tickets £11.50-18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk
  12. Frankenstein, a play by Nick Dear based on the novel by Mary Shelley FRANKENSTEIN Box office: sedos.co.uk “Slowly I learnt the ways of humans: how to ruin, how to hate, how to debase, how to humiliate. And at the feet of my master I learnt the highest of human skills, the skill no other creature owns: I finally learnt how to lie.” Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein's bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes, the friendless Creature, increasingly desperate and vengeful, determines to track down his creator and strike a terrifying deal. Urgent concerns of scientific responsibility, parental neglect, cognitive development and the nature of good and evil are embedded within this thrilling and deeply disturbing classic gothic tale. Frankenstein was first presented at the National Theatre, London, on 5 February 2011, directed by Danny Boyle. FRANKENSTEIN by NICK DEAR, based on the novel by MARY SHELLEY Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ 17-21 October 2017 at 7.45pm, Saturday matinee at 2.45pm Tickets £11.50-18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk
  13. Frankenstein, a play by Nick Dear based on the novel by Mary Shelley FRANKENSTEIN Box office: sedos.co.uk “Slowly I learnt the ways of humans: how to ruin, how to hate, how to debase, how to humiliate. And at the feet of my master I learnt the highest of human skills, the skill no other creature owns: I finally learnt how to lie.” Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein's bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes, the friendless Creature, increasingly desperate and vengeful, determines to track down his creator and strike a terrifying deal. Urgent concerns of scientific responsibility, parental neglect, cognitive development and the nature of good and evil are embedded within this thrilling and deeply disturbing classic gothic tale. Frankenstein was first presented at the National Theatre, London, on 5 February 2011, directed by Danny Boyle. FRANKENSTEIN by NICK DEAR, based on the novel by MARY SHELLEY Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ 17-21 October 2017 at 7.45pm, Saturday matinee at 2.45pm Tickets £11.50-18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk
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    FRANKENSTEIN Box office: sedos.co.uk “Slowly I learnt the ways of humans: how to ruin, how to hate, how to debase, how to humiliate. And at the feet of my master I learnt the highest of human skills, the skill no other creature owns: I finally learnt how to lie.” Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein's bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes, the friendless Creature, increasingly desperate and vengeful, determines to track down his creator and strike a terrifying deal. Urgent concerns of scientific responsibility, parental neglect, cognitive development and the nature of good and evil are embedded within this thrilling and deeply disturbing classic gothic tale. Frankenstein was first presented at the National Theatre, London, on 5 February 2011, directed by Danny Boyle. FRANKENSTEIN by NICK DEAR, based on the novel by MARY SHELLEY Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ 17-21 October 2017 at 7.45pm, Saturday matinee at 2.45pm Tickets £11.50-18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk
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    FRANKENSTEIN Box office: sedos.co.uk “Slowly I learnt the ways of humans: how to ruin, how to hate, how to debase, how to humiliate. And at the feet of my master I learnt the highest of human skills, the skill no other creature owns: I finally learnt how to lie.” Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein's bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes, the friendless Creature, increasingly desperate and vengeful, determines to track down his creator and strike a terrifying deal. Urgent concerns of scientific responsibility, parental neglect, cognitive development and the nature of good and evil are embedded within this thrilling and deeply disturbing classic gothic tale. Frankenstein was first presented at the National Theatre, London, on 5 February 2011, directed by Danny Boyle. FRANKENSTEIN by NICK DEAR, based on the novel by MARY SHELLEY Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ 17-21 October 2017 at 7.45pm, Saturday matinee at 2.45pm Tickets £11.50-18.50 Box office: sedos.co.uk

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