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Hampstead Theatre

Bim, Alex and J are best friends. They’re 25-years-old and they’ve known each other since secondary school. Their closeness shows - they dance around...

White Teeth – Kiln Theatre, London The second production in the rechristened Kiln Theatre’s autumn season is an adaptation of Zadie Smith’s acclaimed debut novel – a sprawling...

Lauren Gunderson is one of the most produced playwrights in America today. I and You is one of her most popular plays. It takes...

Macbeth – Barbican Theatre, London Polly Findlay’s Royal Shakespeare Company production, starring Christopher Eccleston and Niamh Cusack, received mixed reviews when it opened in Stratford-upon-Avon, but I...

Richard Molloy's Every Day I Make Greatness Happen terrifyingly captures the trauma of state education. Both for teachers and students. Designer Lucy Sierra accurately presents...

For those of us who take an interest in the leadership of our theatre industry, there’s a lot of change afoot. This summer saw...

A few years ago twice Pulitzer-finalist Stephen Karam came across a risible self-help book called Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. It listed...

Dance Nation – Almeida Theatre, London Bijan Sheibani follows The Brothers Size with the UK premiere of Clare Barron’s new play Dance Nation, about a competitive...

I recently interviewed Sean Holmes about his departure from the Lyric Hammersmith. He mused that as his reign wore on, mainstream theatre drifted ever...
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