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Pinter shorts and Shakespeare’s bitter hag—the best theatre in September 2018

Plus the Tricycle relaunches as the Kiln

Jade Anouka as Queen Margaret © Lee Baxter

Jade Anouka as Queen Margaret © Lee Baxter

Holy Sh!t

Kiln Theatre, 5th September to 6th October

The Tricycle Theatre in Kilburn, north London, has been closed for two years for an overhaul and re-build. Now re-named the Kiln, the venue’s distinctive scaffolded courtyard auditorium has been removed to provide a more flexible open stage arena. Artistic director Indhu Rubasingham launches the new season with Holy Sh!t by Alexis Zegerman, a dark comedy in which family, faith and friendship are stretched to…

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