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REVIEWS

The National Theatre of Scotland returns to what it does best with Rocket Post, a musical tale that explores a little known quirk of...

The Ashington Group, a real-life art collective made up of hardened Northumbrian coalminers, achieved a great deal in its relatively short existence. The organisation’s rise...

Fresh from drama school and holding the stage entirely on his own, Luke Grant makes a very impressive professional debut in this harrowing drama....

Despite its subtitle, there is no opera and very little actual football contained in We're Not Really Here, a quietly radical collaboration between Contact...

Hackney Empire is clearly strengthening its opera programming. For this flying visit by a European company that is an offshoot of the Armel Opera...

The Little Mermaid completes Northern Ballet’s hat-trick year of premieres in sparkling style. Choreographed by company director David Nixon, it’s a thoroughly absorbing, superbly...

Angus Jackson’s production, the fourth in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Roman season, opens with a drawn-out sequence in which a forklift truck moves bags...

The whims and wishes of the gods feature prominently in Christopher Marlowe’s early, infrequently performed play. Dido, the Phoenician queen, and her lover Aeneas,...

Like all the best sports drama, The Ruck isn’t just about sport. Kevin Fegan uses his tale of a teenage girls’ rugby league team...

The concept behind Ryan Scott Oliver’s song cycle – 15 songs based on 15 photographs – is that each picture captures a moment, which...

Phoebe Eclair-Powell’s all-female adaptation of The Picture of Dorian Gray is a winning and witty affair, nimbly directed by Owen Horsley and engagingly performed...

Most of the plays in Tom Stoppard`s kaleidoscopic portfolio appeal to the intellect. But The Real Thing, an examination of the nature of honesty...
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