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REVIEWS

There are a few seats at the edges of the room, but otherwise it's standing room only, the audience gathered around three raised platforms....

When Clare Perkins delivered her rousing final monologue on the stage of Shakespeare’s Globe in the 2018 production of Emilia, her words rose into...

Art imitates life and life imitates art in Alexis Michalik’s fictionalised account of how Edmond Rostand wrote Cyrano de Bergerac. The hapless playwright attempts to...

Originally unveiled in 2017 to mark the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Mark Morris’ Pepperland is a piquant...

Rumour on the operatic street has it that tickets for Christof Loy’s new production of La Forza del Destino are reselling for as much as...

Best known for a handful of Disney films in the 1960s, the life of British actor David Tomlinson might not seem like the most...

Compiled in 1978, prototype jukebox musical Ain’t Misbehavin’ is a big-hearted breeze through the music of pioneering jazz pianist Fats Waller. Making his directorial debut,...

Presented as part of the Citizens Women series, Stef Smith’s updating of Ibsen’s play uses a structurally impressive motif to tell the story of...

Park Hill flats have stood over Sheffield for nearly 60 years, as much a part of the city's history as steel, snooker and Sean...

The new play by Pulitzer-winner and liberal-bubble-busting Bruce Norris asks: what should we do with paedophiles? Incarcerate, rehabilitate, or pity them? Care for them...

Interference is more than just a crackle on the line in this haunting trilogy of near-future plays, commissioned and directed by Cora Bissett for...

It’s a woman’s world in Justin Audibert’s take on The Taming of the Shrew. He’s taken one of Shakespeare’s ugliest plays and flipped it...
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