Most anticipated shows of the week (18–24 June)

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.

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Love & Devotion in Dystopia

By Niki Campbell, content manager @Stagedoor

What is it that’s so delicious about dystopia?

The world of art has predicted, realised and moved through generations of dystopias, and we continue to create and dissect them now. We revel creatively in the pain and frustration, the chilling detail in our collective terror about the future. And why not…

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The Right Ingredients — The Croydonites Festival of New Theatre

By Ethan Taylor, Stagedoor Team.

Croydonites Festival of New Theatre is underway!

The festival, now in its second year, aims to present the works of bold and intrepid theatre companies whilst also providing a platform for local artists. At the helm is Anna Arthur, director of the festival with twenty five years’ worth of experience within the industry.

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The Theatrical Spectrum: Privilege And Pressure

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.

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