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Natasha Tripney

Natasha Tripney

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Natasha is The Stage's reviews editor and joint lead critic.

Recent Articles

The Cancellation of Crispin Cox

The Cancellation of Crispin Cox

Michael Conley’s latest digital solo show is a waspish if a little flippant one-man play about the evolving concept of cancellation
The rules may be relaxing, but that doesn’t mean all theatre audiences are

The rules may be relaxing, but that doesn’t mean all theatre audiences are

Sitting comfortably? While Covid laws relaxed yesterday, the same can’t be said for all audiences, says Natasha Tripney – theatres now have a nervy tightrope to walk of safety reassurance and financial survival
Piaf

Piaf

Nottingham Playhouse’s revival of a play about the life of Edith Piaf is elevated by Jenna Russell’s warm performance
Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet

Energetic, near-Brechtian version of Shakespeare’s tragic love story that foregrounds issues of mental health
Constellations

Constellations

Multi-cast production brings fascinating comparisons but rather dulls Nick Payne’s elegant and skilfully engineered 2012 play of infinite possibilities
Bloody Elle –  A Gig Musical

Bloody Elle – A Gig Musical

The Royal Exchange reopens with Lauryn Redding’s warm and uplifting solo show
Bach and Sons

Bach and Sons

New play about JS Bach’s family life starring Simon Russell Beale that’s rich in musical theory
Rame Lahaj: ‘I want to help Kosovan musicians share a stage with world-class artists’

Rame Lahaj: ‘I want to help Kosovan musicians share a stage with world-class artists’

Kosovar tenor Rame Lahaj did not begin his musical training until he was 21, but is now an international star, appearing next at the Royal Opera House. He tells Natasha Tripney about his unusual career path and his plans to stage a festival in his home country
Out West

Out West

Triple bill of affecting and reflective monologues set in west London, by Tanika Gupta, Simon Stephens and Roy Williams
J’Ouvert

J’Ouvert

Kinetic, joyous and layered exploration of the Notting Hill Carnival and its history
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