REVIEWS

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...

Given that previous performers in the role have included the likes of Barbara Dickson, Petula Clark, Carole King and four of the Nolan Sisters,...

Famously written as an allegory for the McCarthy era witch hunts against perceived Communists in America, Arthur Miller's The Crucible now stands as a...

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...
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