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I and You shows teenage innocence and a sincere reflection on death

How do you begin to come to terms with death? Do you live with it, or ignore it until it can’t be ignored anymore? I and You, playing at Langham…

Sondheim’s Company still kicking at 50

Fragile egos, food fetishes, and empty flings collide this month in Langham Court Theatre’s revival of Company, the enduringly cynical 1970 musical comedy from Stephen Sondheim and George Furth. Centring…

Fights, thievery, and bingo in “Les Belles-souers”

No one is quite as dangerous as a group of unhappy women, as Langham Court Theatre’s Les Belles-soeurs confirms. The play, written by Michel Tremblay and directed by Judy Treloar,…

Hold onto your buckled hats: The frightening, modern relevance of ‘The Crucible’

  I’ve always been glad to avoid confrontations with my neighbours, especially after seeing an evening performance of The Crucible at the Langham Court Theatre. The play, written by Arthur…