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REVIEWS

As Lil points out at the beginning of this startling reinterpretation of Jonathan Swift’s satire, the only bit of Gulliver’s Travels people really know...

Earlier this year the BBC announced it was shutting down its Maida Vale studio. It’s a shame considering its incredible history, no small part...

You know what you’re getting with a Henry Naylor play by now. An authoritative voice, a well-researched story, an unapologetically political message, but a...

Burnt Lemon Theatre – freshly minted as a New Diorama Graduate Emerging Company for 2018-19 – is well worth watching, judging by this debut...

In JG Ballard’s novel, Concrete Island, an architect is left stranded after a car accident in an area of overgrown wasteland in the middle...

Multi-disciplinary Belgian theatre-maker Marieke Dermul wants to enter Eurovision 2019 with her European Citizen Popsong – an anthem combining musical influences from across Europe....

Inspired by the story of William Freeman, the first defendant to plead insanity in a US court, Camilla Whitehill and Strictly Arts’ new play...

Libby McArthur draws on a true story from her own past, when she was arrested and sentenced to prison for non-payment of parking tickets,...

I have no idea what goes on in The Extinction Event. Not a clue. Simon Evans and David Aula – theatre directors in their...

You won’t come across many shows like The Hit, a solo hour of storytelling performed entirely by a puppet. Strangeface’s play takes an intellectual, philosophical...

Anna May Wong was one of a kind. Widely considered Hollywood’s first Chinese-American movie star, she had a prolific career and starred alongside Marlene...

When Benny Hill died in 1992, his body lay undiscovered for two days. His career as a comedian had been over for some time,...
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