REVIEWS

Nottingham was one of the cities where, over a period of many years, undercover police infiltrated groups of political activists, won the trust of...

Given Dominic Hill's reputation for dynamic and distinctive productions, Endgame feels like an easy text: Beckett's meticulous attention to the detail of the script...

Ursula Martinez is building a wall on stage. It’s hypnotic to watch. She slaps down lines of grey cement and then carefully places white...

It's a case of from one extreme to the other at Sheffield Theatres at the moment – following Daniel Evans' magnificent, all-singing, all-dancing revival...

Northern Broadsides’ seventh New Vic co-production celebrates the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death by transporting this jovial revenge romp from a southern softy setting...

We've seen circus in a Big Top, in a Spiegeltent, even in the Royal Albert Hall. Now this new touring show, founded by Zippo's...

In the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, it's refreshing to see a show that resists the pull of Stratford or London's South Bank –...

The Finborough's ongoing Celebrating British Music Theatre season has unearthed a show that's a pile of cartoon strip cliches, but is paradoxically utterly charming...

The Bussey Building, saved from demolition by Peckham residents and now protected as an arts centre, is a genuine community space in which local...

There is nothing that can turn the domestic into the apocalyptic faster than the unrelenting sound of a baby crying. It has the ability...

Charles Dickens’ The Signal-Man is a difficult story to adapt for stage – it’s a tense, unsettling piece that relies on atmosphere to unnerve...

It's been a long time since the set at Salisbury Playhouse elicited a round of applause at curtain rise, but Morgan Large's timber-framed Connecticut...
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