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REVIEWS

Ian Dixon Potter’s The Test tells the story of Dora (Natasha Killam), a computer scientist who succeeds in creating an entirely new Turing Test-passing artificial consciousness. There’s...

The premise of Blanche and Butch feels like the set up to a joke: an Englishman, a Scotsman and a (somewhat dubious) American team up...

This Northern Broadsides production has the whiff of another era about it. It might well be set in 1920s Yorkshire and adapted from an...

Chris Thompson's Of Kith and Kin starts off as comedy about a gay couple, Daniel and Oliver, who are on the cusp of parenthood....

There’s an irresistible theatrical pull to the ongoing steelworks crisis in Welsh industrial town Port Talbot – a David and Goliath tale of workers...

Sara Pascoe is a woman who knows funny. Jane Austen is no slouch on this front either. The comedian’s new stage adaption of Pride...

"Do human beings ever realise life while they live it – every, every minute?", asks a character speaking from the land of the dead...

Deadpan Theatre’s Gate offers us a vision of the afterlife. A quartet of angels herald us into Artemis Fitzalan Howard’s new play, but this...

Nobel Prize-winner Jose Saramago hides a great deal of wisdom and complexity behind the simplicity of his short story, The Unknown Island. The same...

For a play that chiefly consists of men in suits sitting around tables smoking and talking, JT Rogers’ Oslo is gripping stuff. The Tony award-winning...

It’s good to see the Grange Festival extending its work beyond the summer season with the premiere of a new chamber orchestral version of...

It’s been 30 years since the Royal Ballet last performed in Hull but in that period the city has been making its mark in...
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