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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...

While the venue may have long since shifted from Brick Lane to a converted church in Silvertown, the ethos, energy and old-fashioned sense of...

How to describe a show like Vanishing Mankind? Theatre directors Simon Evans and David Aula turn performers again for this semi-sequel to last year’s...

There’s a flavour of the concrete jungle about this new musical take on Kipling’s classic from the Royal and Derngate, Northampton, and Chichester Festival...

There are a surprisingly large number of ways to water a plant. For former tightrope-walker Nacho Flores, the solution is more complex than most....

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Hades is located underneath Waterloo station. At least, it is until March, during the run of Chivaree Circus’ immersive show Becoming Shades...

In the best rock ’n’ roll panto tradition, Peter Rowe’s version of Sleeping Beauty weaves together several convoluted storylines. It manages to include the...

Blood, sweat, soil – and a Cyr wheel. This is the stuff of Santa Madera, an eye-widening feat by circus performers Juan Ignacio Tula...

A charming zoologically-inspired circus show, Fauna never descends into twee anthropomorphism in its exploration of animal movement. Initially performed at the Glastonbury festival in 2016,...

I would like to say that with Ovo, Cirque du Soleil have laid an egg, but that would give the wrong impression. Following an ill-conceived...

This year the Kings Theatre has shrewdly brought back several past favourites. With some of the other cast members making their pantomime debuts, it...
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