REVIEWS

They rebuilt the Everyman Theatre and now they’ve rebuilt the Company. It’s been 25 years since the Everyman had its own in-house rep and,...

Twelfth Night has always been a play of abandon. Characters slip on different costumes, different gender identities, they shuck off their solemnity, they let...

Getting Dressed is a charming dance piece for children that plunges its young audience into a colourful world of sartorial-based revelry. It also offers...

Chekhov considered The Cherry Orchard, his final play, to be a comedy, even though Stanislavsky staged it as a tragedy. Certainly it’s no fun...

Director Paul Milton’s choice of A Passionate Woman might seem a little out of step in the Everyman’s repertoire, but Kay Mellor’s story, based...

Two bold concepts inhabit this thrilling modern-dress version of Othello. Young actors virtually straight out of RADA – Abraham Popoola and Norah Lopez Holden...

Is Hedda Gabler a feminist text? Can it be? Should it be? Selma Dimitrijevic’s adaptation of the Ibsen play comes close on the heels...

A stellar cast of authentic Nottingham voices have been assembled for this new revival of Touched, a 1977 play by the city’s best known...

An epistolary tale documenting the global diaspora of one Italian family. A heated discussion stripping away layers of latent prejudice in a popular film....

It is often said that the devil gets all the best tunes. In Luke Bateman and Michael Conley's modest but accomplished new meta-musical play...

"Find the rules you knew and break them, / Find the roads you knew, don't take them," goes a line in Dare, one of...

A new company debuts with not one opera but three. Snow is a composite work, with one librettist telling three stories all related to...
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