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REVIEWS

In 1918, birth-control advocate Marie Stopes published Married Life, a book that ignited a firestorm of controversy for its daring premise that women should...

The Little Angel Theatre doesn’t shy away from presenting children’s shows imbued with melancholic elements. Edward Lear used ‘nonsense’ verse as a method for circumnavigating...

Sharon Sexton owns the role of Donna Sheridan, the Greek island taverna-owning unmarried mother whose daughter Sophie (a bright and effervescent Emma Mullen) is...

It has been more than 60 years since the premiere of then 19-year-old Shelagh Delaney’s debut play. Eight years after her death, the National...

Carmen is one of the most iconic operas, with the popularity of individual musical numbers giving everyone some idea of its subject and the...

Scottish Opera brings strong emotional heft to the Scottish premiere of Mascagni's Zanetto and some brightly played comedy in Wolf-Ferrari's Susanna's Secret in their...

The bright yellows soaking Shida’s promotional material might lead you to believe that it’s a feel-good shot of sunshine in the dank bowels of...

Moveable Feast’s new touring production, Terror from the Skies, is a skilfully executed solo show by artistic director Matthew Bellwood that uses small-scale storytelling...

Tony Hawks is best known as a successful radio comedian and author of quirky novels such as Round Ireland With a Fridge. Midlife Cowboy sees...

The title Black Chiffon suggests something rather racy and Elinor Glyn-esque. In Lesley Storm’s 1949 play, the titular nightgown is an ‘exotic piece of...

Investigating the controversial legacy of railway privatisation, The Permanent Way is a detailed, dry and typically forensic piece of verbatim theatre from David Hare. Though...

One of the tenets of artistic director Milo Rau’s manifesto for Belgian theatre NTGent is that at least one production every season must be...
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