REVIEWS

Before heading to university, playwright Richard Bean spent a year working at a bread plant. The experience provided him with a rich supply of...

With this compelling production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Tamara Harvey has made a terrific start to her inaugural season as artistic...

James Graham’s biographical study of David 'Screaming Lord' Sutch, the irreverent founder of the Monster Raving Loony party, is an ingenious bit of writing....

In this wonderfully tongue-in-cheek, fast-paced adaptation, writers John Nicholson and Javier Marzan, of Peepolykus, have joined forces with director Gemma Bodinetz, to turn metatheatre...

After a chequered production history that saw many changes to both the show’s format and its title, this is the first revival of Stephen...

Nottingham was one of the cities where, over a period of many years, undercover police infiltrated groups of political activists, won the trust of...

Given Dominic Hill's reputation for dynamic and distinctive productions, Endgame feels like an easy text: Beckett's meticulous attention to the detail of the script...

Ursula Martinez is building a wall on stage. It’s hypnotic to watch. She slaps down lines of grey cement and then carefully places white...

It's a case of from one extreme to the other at Sheffield Theatres at the moment – following Daniel Evans' magnificent, all-singing, all-dancing revival...

Northern Broadsides’ seventh New Vic co-production celebrates the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death by transporting this jovial revenge romp from a southern softy setting...

We've seen circus in a Big Top, in a Spiegeltent, even in the Royal Albert Hall. Now this new touring show, founded by Zippo's...

In the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, it's refreshing to see a show that resists the pull of Stratford or London's South Bank –...
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