REVIEWS

So much remains unchanged. While that might be the first reaction to Clare McIntyre's 1988 play, Low Level Panic, here getting its first major...

The Other Palace, formerly London’s St James Theatre, is holding a wild, wild party to mark its relaunch. Under the ownership of Andrew Lloyd...

According Ersi Niaoti’s one-woman play Stegosaurus, one of the many myths perpetuated by Hollywood is how easy it is to be bulimic. A movie...

See Me Now is genuinely eye-opening theatre. It puts the stories of real-life sex workers up on stage and invites the audience to look...

Eva Yerbabuena is the living embodiment of the phrase “dynamite comes in small packages”. Her compact, formidable form contains enough explosive energy to fuel a...

The last of three works making up Opera North’s fairytale season, Cinderella – or La Cenerentola, given that the company perform Rossini’s sentimental comedy...

Suffused with warmth, hopefulness and humour, the New Nigerians is no ordinary political satire. Part of the Arcola Theatre’s Revolution season, the play follows...

Inspired by a desire to understand the rage that fuelled riots across England in 2011, Arinze Kene's Good Dog is an ambitious, sprawling monologue chronicling...

David Bintley's production of Cinderella for Birmingham Royal Ballet is, for the most part, a sparkling version of the traditional tale. But it opens...

This condensed version of The Tempest for young people, touring schools around the country, begins with some friendly introductions. “Good afternoon Prospero”, the young students...

Israel Galvan is cooking on another planet in Fla.Co.Men. Flamenco’s most consistent deconstructionist, Galvan doesn’t so much disassemble the form as toss a fragmentation...

Polly Lister's numerous acting jobs range from pantomime fairy to understudying Anne-Marie Duff in Saint Joan. But her first go at playwriting is about...
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