dfp_header_hidden_string

Get our free email newsletter with just one click

THEATRE

In a week that has seen the conviction of Harvey Weinstein, James Fritz’s thought-provoking 2014 play about consent, power and the internet’s ability to...

Gillian Greer’s new play navigates the subject of sexual consent with unflinching honesty. Max (India Mullen) is visiting her ex-boyfriend Ronan (Sean Fox) at his...

If George and Martha are ‘exercising’, then Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is an Olympian workout for its actors. Over a hefty three-and-a-half-hour running...

What is it about the Bible and musical theatre? While the UK has the gospel according to Andrew Lloyd Webber – Joseph and JC...

A young woman leaves an unnamed war-riven Slavic country for a new life in Dublin. But she falls through the cracks, ends up homeless...

Comedy is a serious business and Nikolai Erdman’s 1928 farce The Suicide takes it very seriously indeed. In her new version of the play for Storyhouse,...

This jam-packed historical comedy from Julia Grogan and Lydia Higman is full of unexpected twists. Liberty Whitley (Grogan), orphaned, and brought up as a maid...

Simultaneously playful, formally inventive and coldly horrifying, The Rage of Narcissus is a rich meditation on vanity, mortality, and sex, wrapped up in a...

In 2015, in an act of protest about proposed cuts and closures, a group of students occupied their school in São Paulo. More than...

Terry Downes was a world middleweight boxing champion known in his day as the “Paddington Express”. James McNicholas, the sports writer, comedian and performer...

Created and performed by an all-female ensemble that's part of Diverse City, a charity devoted to creating diversity in the arts, all performances of...

Following recent shows about the Tay Bridge disaster and famed Scottish comic strip character Oor Wullie, Dundee Rep’s 2019-20 season continues to focus on...
^