dfp_header_hidden_string

Get our free email newsletter with just one click

Arcola Theatre

Charting a course between the philosophical and the pointedly political, Al Smith’s Radio is a heartfelt monologue about the paradoxical fragility and resilience of...

Rafi, Ami and Bili are sisters. They’re independent women. They live their best lives. Their mother, Wura Bakare, is a hoarder. The sisters grew up...

Though Casa may appear to have dropped off the radar, London’s festival of Latin-American arts hasn’t stopped being busy and productive, writes Nick Awde....

The original 2006 film of Little Miss Sunshine is a work of genius. It’s a sad, sweet, strange movie that’s worth revisiting again and...

The Sunday in the Park With George writer and Pulitzer Prize winner has penned a new musical of the film Little Miss Sunshine. He...

Drawing heavily on Moliere’s fearlessly irreverent satires, Patrick Marmion’s Keith? is a flippant farce revolving around a South African arms dealer passing himself off...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of Stop and Search at the...

Currently taking charge of two productions simultaneously, In Lipstick at the Pleasance and Dusty Hughes’ Paradise at the Hampstead Theatre Downstairs, director Alice Hamilton tells...

Who can you trust? Particularly if you’re a young black person in this day and age? That’s the question posed by poet and playwright...
^