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Maria De Buenos Aires

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30 August—3 September

Tangos and waltzes abound in Piazzolla’s masterpiece about passion, lust and the supernatural.

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Youkali: The Pursuit of Happiness

Youkali - The Ionian Society - Andipa Gallery - 15th & 16th November 2015

A journey into happiness with live music, songs, poetry and literature

Soprano - Danae Eleni
Accordian - Kimon Pallikaropoulos

Director - Angeliki Petropetsioti
Designer - Laurie Bamon
1 September

Angeliki Petropetsioti’s atmospheric new work mixes poems, speeches and songs on a journey to finding happiness.

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Gianni Schicchi / Pagliacci

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30 August—3 September

Puccini's comic masterpiece and Leoncavallo's greatest opera - freshly adapted and accessible.

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Something Inside So Strong

Something Inside So Strong
6 September—8 September

A bold new musical, created with young people, based on the songs of Labi Siffre.

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How To Date A Feminist

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6 September—1 October

Kate likes her men tall, dark and smouldering. She has a fatal attraction to bad men. Then she meets Steve… Steve is a feminist. Can she overcome her love of lipstick, cupcakes and Heathcliff? Can he forgo the ethical confetti and learn to be a little bit more ravishing in bed? Can the two of them reinvent romance for the 21st Century? How To Date A Feminist is a hilarious new spin on the Hollywood romcom from Samantha Ellis, author of…

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13 September—17 September

Icarus is the enthralling new play by multi award-winning designer and director Hooman Shabahang (Tunnel, The Earth Opera, Cocoon, Awaken, Waiting for Godot, The Lost Spirit). Loosely based on the Greek myth, it explores the complexities of power through the relationship between a father and his son.

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Kenny Morgan

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20 September—15 October

After a sold-out run, Kenny Morgan – the critically-acclaimed new drama by Tony-nominated playwright Mike Poulton (Wolf Hall, Bring Up The Bodies, Fortune's Fool) – returns for 4 weeks only. This gripping tale of destructive passions exposes the limits to which people will go for love, and the extraordinary real-life events behind Rattigan's most famous play, The Deep Blue Sea.

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Tomorrow I Was Always A Lion

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Lørenskog. Arnhild Lauveng
19 October—29 October

A captivating theatrical investigation into the nature of psychosis and recovery. Based on the extraordinary memoir by Arnhild Lauveng, it tells a unique personal story of living with and recovering from schizophrenia – a contentious prognosis that challenges our perception and understanding of the condition. This bold and inventive new production interrogates this controversial text with insights from world-leading psychologists, psychiatrists and neuroscientists.

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The Island Nation

26 October—19 November

Be transported to the heart of Sri Lanka to discover the shocking truths, and the extraordinary human sides, of the biggest unreported war story of our time. Based on real events, The Island Nation is a visceral, revelatory new play by Christine Bacon, artistic director of the pioneering human rights theatre company ice&fire.

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