REVIEWS

Underneath Brighton town hall are the city’s old police cells. In these damp and melancholy rooms Immercity are performing Blood Will Have Blood an...

We are all of us many people in our lives. We change as we age. We wear different outfits. Neil Bartlett's new play, a...

Books are instruments of wonder. They are more than just paper – they contain worlds. New Zealand theatre company Trick of the Light's family-friendly...

Charlene James’ powerful two-hander takes FGM as its subject. It’s a barbaric practice still happening behind closed doors in modern Britain, represented here by...

Director Nick Bagnall’s decision to set this touring production of The Two Gentlemen of Verona in 1966 gives him a striking musical and visual...

A woman sits on a train, lights flickering past, time flickering past. We zoom in on her eyes, her hands, the purse she carries,...

Coastal erosion wreaks havoc on a family graveyard in Sea Life, a strange and uneven play by Lucy Catherine. Vicky Gaskin and Chris Levens play...

The Golden Record is a sort-of time capsule of sounds and images that sum up life on Earth. It was strapped to the Voyager...

Welsh National Opera celebrates its 70th anniversary by reprising its first ever offering – the famous double-bill comprising the two one-act pieces that launched...

Following the Glasgow Tron’s season commemorating the 1916 Irish Easter Uprising, the arrival of Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching towards the Somme forms...

Brecht and Weill's The Threepenny Opera – here self-consciously dubbed the 3 Penny Opera – is blessed with one of the great scores of...

Edward Bond has earned the right to be taken seriously. Regardless of the press-baiting soundbites he provides (“War Horse? Obscene!”), his open disdain for...
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