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ULYSSES BLOOMS (Hen And Chickens, London N1; opened 2 March, 1994)

ONE HELL OF A DO (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 22 March, 1994)

TRAVESTIES (Savoy Theatre, London WC2; opened 24 March, 1994)

CRUSADE (Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London E15; opened 14 April, 1994)

GREAT BALLS OF FIRE (Lyric Hammersmith, London W6; opened 20 April, 1994)

JACK A NIGHT ON THE TOWN WITH JOHN BARRYMORE (Criterion Theatre, London W1; opened 18 May, 1994)

EVA AND THE CABIN BOY (Warehouse Theatre, Croydon; opened 1 June, 1994)

GOODNIGHT DESDEMONA (GOOD MORNING JULIET) (Turtle Key Arts Centre, London SW6; opened 7 June, 1994)

CASTE (BAC [Battersea Arts Centre], London SW11; opened 10 June, 1994)

SOMEONE WAITING (Orange Tree, Richmond; opened 13 June, 1994)

MIDDLE-AGE SPREAD (Palace Theatre, Watford; opened 14 June, 1994)

HAMLET (Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park, London NW1; opened 15 June, 1994)

MANIFESTO (BAC [Battersea Arts Centre], London SW11; opened 16 June, 1994)

MYSTERY BRUISES (Almeida Theatre, London N1; opened 20 June, 1994

ONE SHOT (Gate Theatre, London W11; opened 21 June, 1994)

THE BROWNING VERSION (Greenwich Theatre, London SE10; opened 27 June, 1994)

ALEXANDERPLATZ (Theatre Workshop, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

THE BIG BOOK FOR GIRLS (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

SCOTT CAPURRO: RISK-GAY (Southside, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

CAUGHT - STILL /HANGING (St Bride's Centre, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

FEVER PITCH (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

FRENCH KISS (Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

HENRY VIII DIARY OF A SERIAL KILLER (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

THE MADWOMAN IN THE ATTIC (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

MERLIN (Theatre Workshop, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

GRAHAM NORTON: CHARLIE'S ANGELS GO TO HELL (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

OFF OUT (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

ROMEO AND JULIET (Demarco European Art Foundation, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

IAN SAVILLE: LEFT LUGGAGE (Hill Street Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

SHE'LL BE COMING 'ROUND THE MOUNTAIN (Southside, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

STOP CALLING ME VERNON (Assembly Rooms/Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

UNDER MILK WOOD (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

THE SLAB BOYS TRILOGY: The Slab Boys/Cuttin' A Rug/Still Life (Young Vic Theatre, London SE1; opened 1 October, 1994)

NEVILLE'S ISLAND (Apollo Theatre, London W1; opened 3 October, 1994)

RESURRECTIONS (Cochrane Theatre, London WC1; opened 3 October, 1994)

ION (The Pit, London EC2; opened 4 October, 1994)

THE VENETIAN TWINS (Barbican Theatre, London WC2; opened 5 October, 1994)

THE MARK (Cockpit Theatre, London NW8; opened 6 October, 1994)

GET OFF MY FOOT! (Nottingham Playhouse; opened 8 October, 1994)

DOCTOR KNOCK (Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond; opened 10 October, 1994)

ON APPROVAL (Playhouse Theatre, London WC2; opened 13 October, 1994)

COMING ON STRONG: A festival of plays by young writers (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London SW1; opened 18 October, 1994)

THE BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME (Bridge Lane Theatre, London SW11; opened 4 November, 1994)

ION, THE LOST BOY FOUND (Touring/Lyric Studio Hammersmith, London W6; opened 30 November, 1994)

SKETCHES BY BOZ (BAC Arts Café, London SW11; opened 1 December, 1994)

MASKARADE (Cochrane Theatre, London WC1; opened 12 December, 1994)

THE COURT JESTER (Warehouse Theatre, Croydon; opened 13 December, 1994)

BABES IN THE WOOD (Sadler's Wells Theatre, London EC1; opened 15 December, 1994)

OLD KING COLE (Southwark Playhouse, London SE1; opened ?? December, 1994)

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