REVIEWS

Motionhouse makes highly physical and daring dance work, often performed outdoors. The set always plays a major role in the company’s work, and this is...

Liverpool’s Royal Court has built an impressively loyal audience base over the past 10 years with its programme of broad, playful comedy and gag-laden...

It’s nearly 50 years on from the premiere of Alan Bennett's first West End play in 1968. Daniel Evans’ revival of Forty Years On...

Ear plugs are being offered to the audience on the way in. Brewband, part gig, part dance piece, is the work of dancer, director...

The Faerie Thorn, adapted from Jane Talbot's short story collection of the same name, haphazardly yet compellingly leads its audience into a idiosyncratic fantasy-meets-reality...

Beneath the familiar fantasy of Lewis Carroll’s wonderland, a rebellion is growing. Featuring a reworked plot and an expanded roster of characters, Alice’s Adventures...

Love, quite incongruously, is all around in the musical comedy version of The Addams Family, which sees Charles Addams' famously morbid cartoon creations discover,...

When John Guare's Six Degrees of Separation premiered in New York in 1990 it precisely caught a sense of urban unease in upscale New...

When the slow ascension of a projector screen from the floor of the stage is the most exciting thing to happen in a story...

Disney is currently king of the film and stage fairytale market. Next year the company will add a Broadway stage version of Frozen to...

Premiered at the Salzburg Festival in July 2016, Thomas Ades’ third opera is based on the 1962 surrealist film by Spanish director Luis Bunuel. It...

Now in its sixth year, the civil war in Syria shows little sign of ending. The conflict has created an unprecedented exodus of people...
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