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Every week London editor Philip Fisher selects the top five plays in London.

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Frogman

curious directive at The Drum, Theatre Royal Plymouth

Alexander Kelly in 600 People, Ed Collier

600 People

Third Angel at The Studio, York Theatre Royal

Tzu-Chao Chou as the Djinn of the Lamp with Artists of Birmingham Royal Ballet, Bill Cooper

Aladdin

Birmingham Royal Ballet at The Lowry

Laura Bradshaw and Nic Green in Cock and Bull,

Cock and Bull

West Yorkshire Playhouse and Live Art Bistro at Courtyard Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse

Testament in WOKE,

WOKE

West Yorkshire Playhouse, Royal Exchange Theatre, Roundhouse and Camden People’s Theatre co-production in association with LittleMighty at Barber Studio, West Yorkshire Playhouse

Juliet Stevenson, Johan Persson

Wings

Young Vic Theatre

Constance & Eva,

Constance & Eva

Urania, in association with The Bread & Roses Theatre at The Bread and Roses Theatre

Our Town

Royal Exchange Theatre at Royal Exchange Theatre

Richard Coyle as Larry Lamb and Bertie Carvel as Rupert Murdoch, Marc Brenner

Ink

Almeida Theatre at Duke of York's Theatre

Strictly Murder,

Strictly Murder

Hello World Productions at Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford

Twist,

Twist

Theatre Centre at Greenwich Theatre

Peter Polycarpou and Philip Arditti, Brinkhoff/Mögenburg

Oslo

Lincoln Center Theatre at Lyttelton Theatre (National Theatre)

Shyko Amos and Rachel Handshaw, Alexander Yip

Dolphins and Sharks

Over Here Theatre in association with the Finborough Theatre at Finborough Theatre

Het Nationale Ballet - Gala, Michel Schnater

Gala 2017

Dutch National Ballet at Stopera, Amsterdam

Patricia Rodriguez and Merce Ribot,

Derailed

Little Soldier Productions at The Drum, Theatre Royal Plymouth

Emily Spowage (Heaton), Josie Cerise (Emley), Richard Hand (Spen), Sophie Mercer (Iffy) and Esther-Grace Button (Shelley), Anthony Billington

The Ruck

Creative Scene and the Lawrence Batley Theatre at Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield

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