REVIEWS

George Johnston’s Snapshot has confident compositional values but is ultimately a pretty skin-deep affair. It charts the messy course of a London-set love quadrangle...

Succeeding in being incredibly tough to watch from a metropolitan, socially liberal perspective, Jam pits a 13-year-old white boy with ADHD from a working-class...

As a London-based Asian female doctor boards a British Airways flight to India to attend a family wedding, she tells us how much she...

In a dimly lit office, a frustrated private investigator Jackie Straker awaits another phone call from Chummy. It's a hideously one-sided relationship that began...

Choreographer, sound and visual artist Darren Johnston aims to create immersive environments for his audience. As such, he has developed a virtual reality installation...

Kneehigh's revival of its hit Tristan and Yseult – premiering at the Brighton Festival before touring – is a vibrant, vivid whirlwind of a...

Sasha Regan’s all-male Gilbert & Sullivan productions are becoming a theatrical institution in their own right. For their success they depend on solid vocal...

An Octoroon is America's Red Velvet. Sort of. Like Lolita Chakrabarti's 2012 play, Branden Jacob-Jenkins' OBIE award-winning 2014 work finds a black presence in 19th-century theatre...

In her brief tenure at Shakespeare's Globe, Emma Rice has lit a fuse under the theatre's original mission to devote itself to historical recreation...

As night falls, a group of people gather under the concrete roof of a site near an east London car park. Come wind or...

The historical roots of Scotland's religious divisions are the inspiration for Linda McLean's Glory on Earth, which examines the relationship between the young Catholic...

This Twelfth Night opens in a jazz-age speakeasy and never really leaves there. Paul Hart’s playful production centres on the considerable musical talent of...
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