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THE CRACKED POT (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds; opened 28 February 1995)

ECLIPSE (Drill Hall Arts Centre, London WC1; opened 7 March, 1995)

AGAMEMNON'S CHILDREN: Elektra/Orestes/Iphigenia (Gate Theatre, London W11; opened 8 March, 1995)

INDEPENDENT STATE (Grace Theatre, London SW11; opened 10 March, 1995)

BURNING BLUE (King's Head Theatre, London N1; opened 13 March, 1995)

BORDERS OF PARADISE (Palace Theatre, Watford; opened 22 March, 1995)

THE MOSQUITO COAST (Young Vic Theatre, London SE1; opened 29 March, 1995)

THE FIRST YEARS/BEGINNINGS (Grace Theatre, London SW11; opened 7 April, 1995)

WATERFALL (Riverside Studios, London W6; opened 12 April, 1995)

NIGHT TRAIN (Lyric Studio Hammersmith, London W6; opened 20 April, 1995)

CASEMENT (Riverside Studios, London W6; opened 25 April, 1995)

THE DUCHESS OF MALFI (Wyndham's Theatre, London WC2; opened 25 April 1995)

THE COUNTING OF YEARS (Young Vic Studio, London SE1; opened 27 April, 1995)

YO YO (Warehouse Theatre, Croydon; opened 30 April, 1995)

TIME AND THE ROOM (Gate Theatre, London W11; opened 5 May, 1995)

VICTOR AND THE LADIES (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 8 May, 1995)

RETREAT (Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond; opened 9 May, 1995)

STAR-GAZY PIE AND SAUERKRAUT (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London SW1; opened 10 May, 1995)

FUNGUS THE BOGEYMAN (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry; opened 15 May, 1995)

CORIOLANUS (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds; opened 16 May, 1995)

OLD TIMES (Theatr Clwyd, Mold; opened 16 May, 1995)

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Riverside Studios, London W6; opened 1 June, 1995)

THE HOUSE OF MIRTH (Oxford Playhouse/touring; opened 8 June, 1995)

DANTI-DAN (Hampstead Theatre, London NW3; opened 13 June, 1995)

SPLENDID'S (Lyric Hammersmith, London W6; opened 15 June, 1995)

PILGERMANN (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds; opened 20 June, 1995)

PINOCCHIO (Nottingham Playhouse/Sadler's Wells Theatre, London EC1; opened 21 June, 1995)

TRANSIT HOTEL (BAC [Battersea Arts Centre], London SW11; opened 22 June, 1995)

TAKE A PEEK! (Ballroom Terrace, Royal Festival Hall, London SE1; opened 27 June, 1995)

TOILES (Big Top, Highbury Fields, London N1; opened 27 June, 1995)

LONDON INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF THEATRE: Sampler/The Tale Of Teeka (Various venues, London; June, 1995)

PENNY BLUE (Greenwich Theatre, London SE10; opened 3 July, 1995)

PRIVATE LIVES (Manchester Royal Exchange; opened 6 July, 1995)

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL (Chichester Festival Theatre; opened 10 July, 1995)

RED ROSES AND PETROL (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 11 July, 1995)

OH WHAT A BLOODY CIRCUS (Man In The Moon Theatre, London SW3; opened 13 July, 1995)

DEAD GUILTY (Apollo Theatre, London W1; opened 17 July, 1995)

MOJO (Royal Court Theatre, London SW1; opened 18 July, 1995)

BOOM BANG-A-BANG (Bush Theatre, London W12; opened 21 July, 1995)

LOVE (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds; opened 25 July, 1995)

THE MUSIC MAN (Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park, London NW1; opened 26 July, 1995)

THE REAL DON JUAN (New End Theatre, London NW3; opened 27 July, 1995)

THE ROBBERS (Gate Theatre, London W11; opened 31 July, 1995)

BETRAYAL (Stephen Joseph Theatre In The Round, Scarborough; opened ?? July, 1995)

THE CRITIC (Tristan Bates Theatre, London WC2; opened ?? July, 1995)

ACQUISITIVE CASE (Southwark Playhouse, London SE1; opened 1 August, 1995)

SOMETHING ABOUT US (Lyric Studio Hammersmith, London W6; opened 3 August, 1995)

DON CARLOS (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh; opened 22 August, 1995)

ACTION GIRL (Hill Street Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

THE A-Z OF DRUGS (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

SCOTT CAPURRO'S LOVE AND AFFECTION TOUR (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

CHASING THE MOMENT (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

DISGRACEFULLY YOURS (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

EASY (Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

THE GAMBLER (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

HAPPY DAYS (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

I WAS AN ALIEN SEX GOD (Hill Street Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 1995)


PEASOUPER (Bedlam Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

A PLACE WITH THE PIGS (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

ROAD MOVIE (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

SHAKTI: RASHOMON (Roxburgh Halls, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

JOHN SHUTTLEWORTH: AT A REASONABLE HOUR (Pleasance , Edinburgh; August, 1995)

ARTHUR SMITH: HAMLET (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

THE STEWARD OF CHRISTENDOM (Royal Court Theatre, London SW1; opened 5 September, 1995)

OUT THERE (Riverside Studios, London W6; opened 7 September, 1995)

THE TEMPEST (Nottingham Playhouse; opened 8 September, 1995)

THE LETTER (Lyric Hammersmith, London W6; opened 11 September, 1995)

JELLY ROLL (Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London E15; opened 13 September, 1995)

ONE DAY IN OCTOBER (Riverside Studios, London W6; opened 14 September, 1995)

THREE SISTERS (Bristol Old Vic/touring; opened 14 September, 1995)

MACK AND MABEL (Leicester Haymarket; opened 19 September, 1995)

VICTORY MORNING (Bridewell Theatre, London EC4; opened 20 September, 1995)

THE METEORIC RISE AND DRAMATIC DEMISE OF EDMUND KEAN, TRAGEDIAN (King's Head Theatre, London N1; opened 22 September, 1995)

BEDFELLOWS (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 25 September, 1995)

STOP CALLING ME VERNON (Lyric Studio Hammersmith, London W6; opened 25 September, 1995)

KING LEAR (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds; opened 28 September, 1995)

RED PRINCESS (Warehouse Theatre, Croydon; opened 29 September, 1995)

HOW TO LIVE (Purcell Room, London SE1; opened ?? September, 1995)

THE HOTHOUSE (Comedy Theatre, London SW1; opened 3 October, 1995)

GLASGOW CITIZENS OCTOBER SEASON: The Shadow Of A Gunman/The She Wolf/A Song At Twilight (Citizens Theatre, Glasgow; opened 4-6 October, 1995)

TOMMY STEELE: "WHAT A SHOW!" (Prince Of Wales Theatre, London W1; opened 9 October, 1995)

THE SECOND COMING (Drill Hall Arts Centre, London WC1; opened 11 October, 1995)

EDDIE IZZARD: DEFINITE ARTICLE (Shaftesbury Theatre, London WC2; opened 12 October, 1995)

THE MASTER BUILDER (Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London SW1; opened 13 October, 1995)

CITY LIFE (Lyric Hammersmith, London W6; opened 18 October, 1995)

MISS JULIE (Manchester Royal Exchange; opened 19 October, 1995)

VIVAT! VIVAT REGINA! (Mermaid Theatre, London EC4; opened 23 October, 1995)

MACBETH (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 25 October, 1995)

JOLSON (Victoria Palace Theatre, London SW1; opened 26 October, 1995)

MAKE WAY FOR LUCIA (Richmond Theatre; opened 30 October, 1995)

THE DUCHESS OF MALFI (Oxford Playhouse/touring; opened ?? October, 1995)

THE ONLY TRUE HISTORY OF LIZZIE FINN (Abbey Theatre, Dublin; opened ?? October, 1995)

ABUNDANCE (Riverside Studios, London W6; opened 1 November, 1995)

WAITING FOR STOPPARD (Southwark Playhouse, London SE1; opened 1 November, 1995)

THE STRANGE PASSENGER (BAC [Battersea Arts Centre], London SW11; opened 7 November, 1995)

A DOLL'S HOUSE and HEDDA GABLER (Etcetera Theatre, London NW1; opened 9 November, 1995)

FRENCH WITHOUT TEARS (Palace Theatre, Watford; opened 14 November, 1995)

TERRY PRATCHETT'S MASKERADE (Unicorn Theatre, Abingdon; opened 15 November, 1995)

THE DAUGHTER-IN-LAW (Theatr Clwyd, Mold; opened 17 November, 1995)

THE MODERN HUSBAND (Lyric Studio Hammersmith, London W6; opened 23 November, 1995)

DRACULA (Hull Truck Theatre, Hull; opened ?? November, 1995)

TREASURE ISLAND (Mermaid Theatre, London EC4; opened 5 December, 1995)

THE WORLD GOES 'ROUND (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds; opened 6 December, 1995)

SOUP (Lyric Studio Hammersmith, London W6; opened 7 December, 1995)

THE GLASS MENAGERIE (Comedy Theatre, London SW1; opened 11 December, 1995)

SOUTH PACIFIC (Drill Hall Arts Centre, London WC1; opened 12 December, 1995)

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