THEATRE

The title of Hassan Mahamdallie’s one woman – plus one oud player – show comes from Koofil, by the Somali national poet Sayyid Mohammad...

Svalbard Company’s All Genius All Idiot is a lively concoction of circus, physical theatre, movement and music. Led by a long-haired male in a...

The Queer Contact Festival kicks off with Eilidh MacAskill’s stomp through gender issues, Stud. Contact’s Stage 2 space has been made up to resemble the...

Following last year’s all-female production of Richard III, Omidaze Productions returns to the Wales Millennium Centre with an emotionally charged piece of promenade theatre. The...

Andrew Lloyd Webber's 1979 song cycle for a solo woman premiered as a TV musical and was subsequently brought to the stage in 1982...

Best Served Cold makes an immediate statement of intent by dividing its audience, seating men and women on opposing sides of the stage. If...

American writer David Lindsay-Abaire, whose Good People was a hit at Hampstead Theatre in 2014 and subsequently transferred to the West End, is back...

It’s like it’s the seventeenth century again. One of the more frequently performed Shakespeare plays, this late-canon entry, programmed as part of Dominic Dromgoole’s...

A vast wooden platform has been suspended from the ceiling. Six performers stand on top of it as it spins and tilts, often at...

In a dilapidated livery yard, amongst the stirrups and halters and all the trappings of horse tack, two men are searching for their place...

Facing each other across the Irish Sea, Belfast and Liverpool are two cities with much in common, not least the salty vernacular and black...

Named for the movement that sought to elevate the marionette theatre to a true and canonically accepted art-form, Figurentheater Tubingen trace their inspiration back...
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