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How do you stage a radio play? In the case of this presentation by the contemporary/experimental music and performance group An assembly, essentially you...

Tales from Star City, written and directed by Dan Dawes, is an earnest one-woman play with bold ambitions. Spanning three decades, it charts the ideological...

William Shakespeare wrote several so-called ‘problem plays’, a series of works not easily categorised as comedy or tragedy. Robin Hooper’s Foul Pages, a fictionalising of...

In this Welsh language translation of Florian Zeller’s award-winning play, La Pere - in English, The Father – the Paris setting has been replaced...

Ellie Stewart's reworking of the true story of Martin Guerre examines questions of identity and what "belonging" really means. Guerre was a French peasant who...

The meaning of the title of Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti’s new play is threefold. Elephant is the pet name of the play’s central character, but...

It’s a story so enigmatically compelling that many believe it to be true: the unexplained disappearance, on Valentine’s Day, 1900, of three boarding-school girls...

It’s fitting that Ifan Huw Dafydd enters through the same auditorium doors as the audience. His character, Dan, is the audience’s conduit into the...

Following on from successful touring productions of Our Man In Havana and Travels With My Aunt, Tilted Wig Productions turns its hand to Charles...

James Huntrods’ new play, Cause, staged by director Lucy Jane Atkinson, is a neat, nuanced three-handed exploring that age-old tug-of-war between principles and power. Formed...

Charles Hatfield made it rain. Or at least he claimed he could, travelling around the USA in the early 1900s, offering his services as...

It’s easy to see why playwright Bryony Lavery would be drawn to Graham Greene’s Brighton Rock – a book that combines a seedy seaside...
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