REVIEWS

While it’s based on a well-worn trope (‘big’ show performed on a shoestring with minimal cast, undone by the pretensions of one of the...

It’s no easy feat to turn a fully functioning restaurant into a performance venue. Even less so when the performance it is hosting is...

There are many daring things about Robert Alan Evans and Amy Leach's adaptation of Barry Hines' iconic novel, Kes, not least the fact that...

This extraordinary, beautifully quirky movement piece finds liberation in restriction. Czech company VerTeDance have brought Correction to the Brighton Festival after it swept up...

Despite a stream of cigarettes and the strains of Some Day I'll Find You floating through the air, this is not a traditional staging...

The set is a deliberate distraction. A decaying Victorian warehouse with broken windows, a cast iron fire escape and a hint of foliage, it...

I'm all for the West End offering commercial outings of the classics, but things are coming to a pretty pass when two theatres that...

Thirty years on from her translation of Tartuffe into Scots for the Lyceum, Liz Lochhead formalises her love affair with Moliere in this beautifully...

This emotionally charged production of Victoria Wood’s first play, which has seen New Vic ticket sales go through the roof, is testament to her...

This production's title is, of course, a reference to the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who is MP for Islington North. But he is never named...

Soul legend Marvin Gaye has had the bad luck to be remembered as much for the manner of his death as for his greatest...

This is my first encounter with Lost Dog’s Paradise Lost. First seen a year ago at the Place in London, this one-man dance/theatre/stand-up work...
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