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Ar the turn of the last century, long before Gwyneth Paltrow promoted alkaline water on her Goop well-being brand, ‘Doctor’ Linda Hazzard was preaching...

Playwright Adam Rapp’s Broadway debut, The Sound Inside, is a slippery mystery featuring a subtle central performance from Mary-Louise Parker. Parker plays Bella, a Yale creative-writing professor...

For a production ostensibly about a major thoroughfare, The D Road is actually about stasis, and the bonds that bind us to particular people,...

A co-production with Northern Stage, Common Wealth’s I Have Met the Enemy (and the Enemy Is Us) is a bold and passionate work, but...

To be a black woman in contemporary Britain is a lot. Our bodies are over-policed, exoticised and brutalised. Our minds are gaslighted and over-medicated....

Whether or not it’s a trick of the air-con or simply a fluke, there’s a definite chill in the tiny theatre housed above the...

As a text Alice Birch’s is a phenomenal thing. The play began as a co-commission between National Theatre Connections and theatre company Clean...

Two years after Oxford Dictionaries chose “youthquake” as its word of the year, Zest Theatre presents a manifesto for the term in a production...

Zinnie Harris once worked as a writer-in-residence at a hospice. In Meet Me at Dawn, she distills the experience of grief – how it...

This, to be clear, is not a play about the Yorkshire Ripper. That story has been told often enough, his name is known –...

Though Robert Louis Stevenson’s slight but thematically rich story of the unleashing of the dark soul has been dramatised in numerous different forms since...

Accused of being radicalised after returning home, a volunteer at a refugee camp  is cajoled and coerced into making a confession by a mysterious...
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