REVIEWS

Twelfth Night has always been a play of abandon. Characters slip on different costumes, different gender identities, they shuck off their solemnity, they let...

Getting Dressed is a charming dance piece for children that plunges its young audience into a colourful world of sartorial-based revelry. It also offers...

Chekhov considered The Cherry Orchard, his final play, to be a comedy, even though Stanislavsky staged it as a tragedy. Certainly it’s no fun...

Director Paul Milton’s choice of A Passionate Woman might seem a little out of step in the Everyman’s repertoire, but Kay Mellor’s story, based...

Two bold concepts inhabit this thrilling modern-dress version of Othello. Young actors virtually straight out of RADA – Abraham Popoola and Norah Lopez Holden...

Is Hedda Gabler a feminist text? Can it be? Should it be? Selma Dimitrijevic’s adaptation of the Ibsen play comes close on the heels...

A stellar cast of authentic Nottingham voices have been assembled for this new revival of Touched, a 1977 play by the city’s best known...

An epistolary tale documenting the global diaspora of one Italian family. A heated discussion stripping away layers of latent prejudice in a popular film....

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,...
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