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Genre - Drama
A Lie of the Mind
On from 01 Jun 2010 to 12 Jun 2010
RADA
by Sam Shepard

Sam Shepard’s exhilarating 1980s classic, A Lie of the Mind,
traces the fall out between two families after an incident of abuse.

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Genre - Drama
La Dispute/Cleansed
On from 02 Jun 2010 to 12 Jun 2010
RADA
by Pierre de Marivaux and Sarah Kane

A double-bill of notorious plays about love..

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Splendour
On from 09 Feb 2011 to 19 Dec 2010
RADA
by Abi Morgan

A play about decadence, desire and dictatorship.

Inside a beautiful state residence on the edge of an Eastern European city, four women wait. They talk – Toy
Story 2, PRADA handbags, chilli vodka... anything. For outside, as snow is falling, civil war looms ever nearer.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama
All About My Mother
On from 27 May 2011 to 27 May 2011
RADA
by Pedro Almodovar

Pedro Almodóvar dedicated his celebrated film All About My Mother “to all actresses who have played actresses....

To all the people who want to be mothers. To my mother.” Since the story is set in and around a theatre, this sparkling stage adaptation by Samuel Adamson (the first for which Almodóvar has given permission) is as apt as it is intriguing.

Please note this production contains strong language, sexual and drug references.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Drama
Our Town
On from 08 Jun 2011 to 18 Jun 2011
RADA
by Thorntin Wilder

Our Town is set in the fictional community of Grover's Corners, New Hampshire, between 1901 and 1913. Beginning with daily life's routines and necessities, the play reveals an American family's intimate and habitual personal lives. Thornton Wilder said of the play “It is an attempt to find value above all for the smallest events in our daily life... My advice to you is not to inquire why or whither, but just enjoy your ice cream while it's on your plate".

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Drama
Ladybird
On from 07 Jun 2011 to 18 Jun 2011
RADA
by Vassily Sigarev

Ladybird is set in a run down flat in a provincial Russian city, where 19 year old Dima is holding a farewell party before leaving to fight in Chechnya.

Originally staged at the Royal Court in 2004, Vassily Sigarev's disquieting and darkly comic play examines the hopes and dreams of a group of forsaken young people in post-Communist Russia, and their struggles to find joy and purpose at the bottom of a collapsed society.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Drama
One Minute
On from 18 Oct 2011 to 29 Oct 2011
RADA
by Hanna Berrigan

In a vast city, a small child is missing.
The police, her mother and a possible witness try to solve this unfathomable loss.
One Minute is a disquieting and intimate portrait of the lives united in the single moment it takes for a child to disappear.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Drama
The House of Special Purpose
On from 19 Oct 2011 to 29 Oct 2011
RADA
by by Heidi Thomas

Ekaterinberg, 1918. A wooden stockade surrounds a requisitioned house. Inside, the deposed Tsar of Russia, his wife, four daughters and invalid teenage son are imprisoned under the watch of raw Communist recruits. The girls are on the brink of womanhood, their parents bowed beneath the weight of an all-consuming marriage. For one brief and airless summer, the House of Special Purpose holds them all within its walls.

This is the first London production of the play.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama
You Never Can Tell
On from 30 May 2012 to 28 May 2012
RADA
by Bernard Shaw

‘Mrs Clandon and her three children, Dolly, Phillip and Gloria, have just returned to England after an 18 year stay in Madeira.

The children have no idea who their father is and, through a comedy of errors, end up inviting him to a family lunch.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Drama
Stars in the Morning Sky
On from 29 May 2012 to 09 Jun 2012
RADA
by Alexander Galin

‘Prostitutes cleaned off the streets ahead of the Olympics’ Daily Telegraph, 02 April 2012

The Olympics, Moscow 1980. The streets have been cleaned and the working girls shipped out to isolated hostels. Here they share their hopes and dreams while they wait for the Olympic Torch to pass by.

Premiered by Lev Dodin and the Maly Theatre in 1987, Alexander Galin’s angry and poetic drama explores the underbelly of a great international celebration. An acclaimed playwright and film-director, Galin’s films include The Casualty, Casanova’s Overcoat and The Photo, while his plays have been performed in over 200 theatres around the world.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Drama
Cymbeline
On from 31 May 2012 to 09 Jun 2012
RADA
by William Shakespeare

Set in the corrupt and incompetent court of England, sophisticated salons of antique Rome and the warm-hearted but secret court-in-exile in Wales, Cymbeline, with its romance form and fairy tale motifs, is rich in psychological and political detail; it is tragedy, comedy, romance and melodrama by turns and sweeps to a triumphant last scene with its multiple revelations and satisfying conclusion.

The play’s heroine, Imogen, is a blend of the beautiful princesses of fairy tale and the practical but emotionally naďve cross dressers of Shakespeare’s comedies; but throughout this very complicated and enthralling plot, her goodness, determination, experience of grief, humanity and very real heroism shine through, and make her one of his most successful creations.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Musical Genre - Drama Genre - Kids Theatre Genre - Stand Up Genre - Comedy Genre - New Writing Genre - Classic
RADA Festival
On from 27 Jun 2013 to 06 Jul 2013
RADA
by various

RADA throws open its doors to graduates and staff and invites them to showcase both new and established work to the London theatre scene.

The Festival features an ambitious programme of over 30 performances over nine days, all taking place in and around the RADA buildings. Audiences can expect to enjoy a wide variety of events, from a magical journey through Russell Square with a free outdoor production of As You Like It, to a children’s show where you can meet The Grumpiest Boy in the World. Joining us for the Festival will mean you will also be invited to take part in informal after-show discussions, providing extra insight into the work you have seen.

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