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Here’s our Monday digest of the 5 new shows Stagedoor users are most excited to see this week (17–23 September)
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Here’s our Monday morning digest of the 5 new shows Stagedoor users most excited to see this week…
Which new openings are Stagedoor users most excited to see this week? Well, funny you should ask…
Here’s our Monday digest of the new shows our users are most excited to see:
Our Monday digest of performances the Stagedoor community is most excited about
One of the great things about the Stagedoor app is the way it helps people keep track of everything they’re interested in seeing. You can add any show in London to our save list, and once you do the app will give you helpful reminders when they show is opening or closing.
By Ethan Taylor, Stagedoor Team.
On their website, Old Sole Theatre Company refer to something they call the ‘theatrical spectrum’. This is something that most are aware of but still like to pretend does not exist; theatre’s overwhelming tendency to categorise and pigeonhole. This is a musical. This is a ‘straight’ play. This is mainstream. This is fringe. Looking to see a comedy? Will that be satirical, political, restoration, bedroom, surrealist, deadpan, farcical, physical or improvisational? There are frankly more genres in theatre than there are celebrity castings.
By Niki Campbell, Content Manager @ Stagedoor.
Conceived, designed, created, passed from hand to hand, rebuilt, attacked, rebuilt, renamed, reimagined, redefined over 200 incredible years, The Old Vic still stands on The Cut; a pillar in London’s rich theatrical history.