REVIEWS

Verbatim theatre may have its limitations but by its very nature, it can be the most expressive, naturalistic form of drama. Bristol based Propolis...

Over the past few years Irish cabaret artist Camille O’Sullivan has become a fringe fixture. She used to play the Assembly Rooms, detoured to...

A pair of besuited figures in Daft Punk helmets watch over a similarly besuited man slumped in a chair, separated by a sea of...

All In sets out to clobber you on more than one level: it’s at once a social comedy exploring the pressures on the individual...

Thomas Ostermeier’s production of Richard III, originally performed at the Schaubuhne last year, is an explosion of a show. It opens with an exhilarating sequence in...

Surreal to the point of being brilliant, wilfully obscure to the point of being opaque, and playing to creator James Thierree's strengths to the...

In the midst of a seemingly endless diet of tribute shows to everyone from the Bee Gees and Buddy Holly to Jimmy Hendrix and...

Blanche McIntyre's exuberant production of this intriguing play, William Shakespeare's late collaboration with John Fletcher, marks the 30th anniversary of the opening of the...

Every now and again a piece of theatre will take you by surprise and leave you questioning your discernment. Yuri, an adaptation of a...

There’s a lot of eloquent, expressive circus around at the moment: body-poems. Silver Lining’s production has its moments of poetry and poignancy too, but...

Angel was the name given to a sniper, a Kurdish woman reputed to have shot and killed more than 200 Isis fighters in northern...

The subject of choice for grim plays about the rites of passage of the nation’s underclass youth used to be housing-estate grimness. Now it’s...
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