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REVIEWS

Whilst the cast of the current West End production of Tartuffe perform in a mixture of English and French, the bilingual Exchange Theatre have...

Under the mentorship of one of the UK's most prominent producing theatres, the Lyric Ensemble is a group of aspiring actors without any formal...

Conor Mitchell’s work is unpredictable and fearlessly theatrical. That's what makes it so exhilarating. In The Fall of the House of Usher, Edgar Allan...

The human cost of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar isn’t so much FIFA’s dirty little secret as an ongoing Amnesty-certified human rights violation....

For their first appearance at Sadler’s Wells, Dresden’s Semperoper Ballett make a judicious selection of William Forsythe works. His classical-based modernism is the perfect...

In her book Lesbian Nation, Jill Johnston explained her conflict at taking part in a now infamous debate about feminism in 1971. Doing so,...

The sturdy star of this time-travelling drama gives a wooden performance. Tanya Ronder’s 2013 play Table centres on the eponymous piece of furniture. It begins...

In the West End, musical theatre is usually performed under a proscenium arch and behind a fourth wall. At Soho Theatre however, Le Gateau...

Quarantine and National Theatre Wales are natural bedfellows, two trailblazers in representing their communities as much as the performing arts sector. Their new collaborative show...

The Big I Am is not an adaptation of Peer Gynt. Rather, it’s a reimagining of Ibsen’s play in which Robert Farquhar takes key...

The second operatic collaboration between composer Tansy Davies and poet Nick Drake focuses on climate change. In a ‘near-future’ world decimated by ecological disaster, an...

Cole Porter’s 1948 musical is one of those shows with backstory and baggage. Supposedly based on wife and husband acting duo Lynn Fontanne and Alfred...
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