REVIEWS

Welcome to Lacy’s, a dusty, unkempt Massachusetts general store with no customers, few prospects, and an awful lot of debt. Proprietor Gene Lacy (Hamish...

The ongoing refugee crisis in Europe is one of the great unsolved problems of our times. It also presents a very real difficulty to...

A comic-grotesque fantasy in which Nekrotzar – a figure representing Death, the "Grand Macabre" of the title – menaces the pleasure-loving population of fictional...

You’ve heard of fusion cuisine? Well, for its first production Ragged Edge has created fusion theatre, partly inspired by a Bangladeshi saying that, roughly...

This contemporary drawing room comedy by David K Barnes might not break new ground but it is a properly funny. Birthday Suit is a...

Emotion, violence and meaning bubble up like magma in Malthouse Theatre's scrupulously presented take on Joan Lindsay's 1966 novel, Picnic at Hanging Rock. Mythic in...

In Blak Whyte Gray, hip-hop dance company Boy Blue Entertainment extend the expressive capabilities of their form in fascinating style. Choreographed by Kenrick Sandy...

George Benjamin’s second opera, Written on Skin was premiered at the Aix-en-Provence Festival in 2012 and made a strong impression when it came to...

  The chittering of cicadas in the dark; the intermittent growl of approaching thunder. Mossoux Bonte’s latest work, Whispers, explores the effect of sound on...

What once was an underground car park has now firmly established itself as a trendy and artistically shrewd fringe theatre, but after setting itself...

Acrobat and trampolinist Mathurin Bolze returns to the London International Mime Festival with a mind-bending and utterly compelling sequel to his 2005 show Fenetres....

Packed with sex, sleaze, and unsympathetic characters, Joseph Moncure March’s provocative narrative poem The Wild Party was banned on publication in 1928. Director Rafaella...
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