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REVIEWS

Ola Ince’s staging of Danai Gurira’s The Convert is one of those rare productions in which every element – performances, direction, design, everything – is...

This year’s panto is one long bow for writer, director and long-running dame Berwick Kaler. Marking 40 years of what he calls the “annual...

Imagine Theatre has finally found its feet in Fife after two under-firing years, with a family-orientated Beauty and the Beast that works on every...

The Wrong Crowd has a lot of fun with this loose adaptation of the classic fairytale. Relocated to a 1950s beauty salon and set...

Christmas shows are often a child’s first experience of theatre, so their value on that score can’t be underestimated. Alongside its family panto, the...

On December 8, Alexander Zeldin’s play Love, first performed in 2016 at the National Theatre, was broadcast as part of the BBC’s Performance Live...

Before there was Hogwarts, there was Miss Cackle’s Academy for Witches. It didn’t have an evil house - that would be silly. It did...

The Wizard of Oz is a joyously ridiculous story enshrined in kitsch pop culture – a family favourite that’s essentially about learning never to...

The Nutcracker, with its sense of childhood wonderment, magic at midnight and corps of shimmering snowflakes, is the Christmas staple of the ballet world....

Don’t kids just say the funniest things? Well, maybe not in Tim Etchells and Forced Entertainment’s show That Night Follows Day – or if...

While David Edgar’s take on A Christmas Carol plays on the Royal Shakespeare Company’s main stage, the Swan is home to Shakespeare’s (and most...

Adapting their 2011 movie Killing Bono – itself an adaptation of music critic Neil McCormick’s only-slightly-bitter memoirs – writers Dick Clement and Ian La...
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