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19:15 at Zédel
Fourteen years ago, during break, Elizabeth lost her mother. She was sixteen. Two days later, she started her period. Ouch.

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19:15 at Camden People's Theatre
Running from 16th May, Tom Marshman brings Kings Cross (Remix) to London for its first full run, bringing tales from the LGBTQ community and the underground Kings Cross scene of the 1980s to the fore.

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20:00 at Battersea Arts Centre
An unpredictable and urgent theatrical counter-protest. Welcome to the revolution. It's gonna get messy.

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19:15 at Camden People's Theatre
What would Dolly do? A rare and much-needed opportunity to gather and celebrate the genius of Dolly Parton.

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19:30 at Battersea Arts Centre
The award-winning theatre company return with their nightmarish tale of love, betrayal and technological power.

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20:00 at Southwark Playhouse
Two men, unlikely friends, stagger through days of crippling prison work, breaking free in nights of playful escapism and ecstatic, dreamlike joy.

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19:30 at The Old Red Lion Theatre
Against the backdrop of a rundown bar in the Bronx, John Patrick Shanley’s classic play is an explosive and deeply affecting study of alienation and the redemptive power of love.

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14:00 at Toynbee Studios
Witness a panel of children relay extraordinary facts – some funny, some shocking.

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19:30 at Peacock Theatre
Until 10 June. Stormy night, a deserted house, creepy sisters… Horror: the terrifying live theatre experience is back!

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19:30 at The Print Room
A new music theatre work about one woman’s encounter with the aftermath of war crimes at Srebrenica, and her family’s connection to the Holocaust in Bosnia fifty years before.

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