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Celebrate the centenary of Mandela's birth with a new exhibition tracing his phenomenal life achievements at Southbank Centre
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Director Robert Icke returns to the Almeida to radically re-work Ibsen's The Wild Duck
Mark Rylance returns to the Globe to play the villainous Iago in Othello
A bold, thoughtful and deeply affecting hip hop show, Boy Blue’s Blak Whyte Gray returns to the Barbican Theatre this autumn
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