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In West African mythology, Mami Wata is a water spirit that most commonly takes the form of half woman, half fish. She’s a mermaid....

Cally is a bear. You can tell because she comes on stage in a head-to-toe bear suit and dances enthusiastically to Katy B. When...

From the industrial stomp of Tap Dogs to the sole-shifting beats of Savion Glover, tap dancing continues to evolve. Michelle Dorrance is in the...

Ava Wong Davies’ play takes the form of a fracturing narrative rooted in the moment that Joy (Tuyen Do) left her husband and baby...

Bright, light and meandering, Toby Hulse’s Puss in Boots is a cheerful trad pantomime weighed down by a few too many ideas. Shifting the familiar...

The vertical often gets overlooked in theatre. Tom Morris’ production of Joe Simpson’s 1988 memoir about his against-all-odds survival of a mountaineering accident uses...

New Sussex Opera joins forces with operetta specialists Opera della Luna for its latest production, which benefits from Jeff Clarke’s mastery of the medium. Recent...

Written in 1987 and performed many times since, Charlotte Keatley's play has never been staged in the way that Sheffield Theatres and Fingersmiths tackle...

It’s 1979 inside Parabolic Theatre’s new show, in which audience members are asked to become advisers to a Labour government about to face a...

Mary Poppins returns. No, not the Emily Blunt film, rather Cameron Mackintosh’s muddled stage musical, back in the Prince Edward Theatre after 11 years...

For more than 40 years, the Thursford Christmas Spectacular has been a highlight of the festive season. Its showy extravagance fuses traditional Christmas music...

Puccini’s evergreen tale of youthful love and loss is only rarely cast with age-appropriate performers. Daisy Evans’ production for Hampstead Garden Opera, a company...
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