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A circus inspired by nuclear physics? It’s hard not to think of the world’s premier political megalomaniacs and their social media sabre-rattling. Fortunately, The...

If you are going to create a cabaret show to tour cocktail bars around the world, the history of gin is probably a smart...

Seth Rudetsky began his Broadway @ Leicester Square Theatre concert series with Patti LuPone in 2013, then returned last year with Audra McDonald. In...

Circus Abyssinia’s Ethiopian Dreams offers an hour of ebullient escapism. At its best – in a nonchalant, rhythmically dynamic juggling routine, for example –...

The gravity-defying feats of contemporary circus and the weightlessness of moving through water make a good match. As performers dive through the air, it’s easy...

Despite the name, Relentless Unstoppable Human Machine gets off to a slightly saggy start. On a set made up of metal climbing apparatus and ropes...

The idea that we make our own ghosts, that they are the product of guilt and shame, is a potent one and one that...

If you have a child, you’ll have read Dear Zoo – many, many times probably. First published in 1982, this simple story of a...

The Texan singer Tori Scott feels she has a good reason to drink. Not only is she single but her country is exhibiting seriously...

The idea of a Sondheim revue is both a huge temptation and a folly. As magnificent as so many of his songs are, they’re...

Belgian playwright Ignace Cornelissen’s adaptation of Othello for a young audience milks the overlooked humour in Shakespeare’s story but doesn’t dispense with its heavier...

Julius Caesar isn’t the most obvious choice for an audience of children aged seven to 13, but director Marieke Audsley’s new production, for the...
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