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REVIEWS

For his adaptation of Bizet's opera Carmen, Phil Willmott has been, in part, inspired by Goya's painting Los Fusilamientos del Tres de Mayo and...

Mark Wilson’s two-hander, You, originally premiered at the Brighton Fringe in 2015, and it’s lost little of its power since then. It’s a fluid...

It feels so, so wrong to pass comment on I Have a Mouth and I Will Scream, because if there’s one thing that Abi...

Robert Louis Stevenson's 1886 novella The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde caused a minor sensation in its day. Plenty of stage and screen...

Nuffield Southampton Theatres opens NST City, its second, state-of-the-art venue in the heart of the city’s regenerated cultural quarter, with The Shadow Factory, a...

It’s a worry when Euripides is thanked in a play’s acknowledgements. In a way, the brutal, blindsiding climax to Dennis Kelly’s monologue, Girls and...

The new show by Willis and Vere – the duo behind 2015’s hit fringe farce The Starship Osiris – is called A Serious Play...

Lauren Silver’s Surprise! is one of those frank, friendly solo shows that explores issues of mental health or social stigma with the help of...

This adaptation of neuroscientist Lisa Genova’s novel, Still Alice, about a Harvard professor with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease has one obvious challenge – matching up...

Anna is contemplating leaving home. She craves independence. She wants to go to university. She is 18 years old and that’s what 18-year-olds do....

What makes one world real and one world imaginary? That’s the Matrix-like dilemma at the centre of Exeter-based company the Peaceful Defeat’s debut show...

Although the music on the radio may change over the years, the song remains very much the same. That’s the message to take away...
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