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Pennywise from IT Chapter Two
Fri 20 Sep 2019

Review: IT Chapter Two

The Return of Pennywise

27 years on from the events of IT Chapter One, we find The Losers’ Club summoned back to Derry to face Pennywise and end his reign of terror once and for all. 2017’s IT was always

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Fri 20 Sep 2019

Bestiality at the Burton

Awkward Conversations with Animals I’ve F*cked

Awkward Productions present this critically-acclaimed, darkly comic production about love, acceptance and boundaries. One-night stands are awkward. One-night stands with animals are more awkward.

Skylight 4
Sat 14 Sep 2019

Review: Skylight

A multi-layered love story kept wholly gripping

  As David Hare’s adaptation of Ibsen’s Peer Gynt plays the National, The Theatre Chipping Norton Homegrown presents his 1995 creation Skylight – and it’s one