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Reviews

Ambreen Razia’s latest play, Pot, investigates the world of inner-city gang culture from a point of view that we don't usually see: that of...

Stories of cultural displacement feel worryingly relevant nowadays, and Lilac Yosiphon’s continent-spanning epic of identity is no different. The story of Jasmine, a theatremaker...

Despite being only 80 minutes, Nessa Muthy’s new play Sundowning feels a lot longer. Repetitive and slow, it captures the misery of a family...

The audience are gathered inside an inflatable semi-transparent tent, somewhere between a greenhouse (it’s hot) and an enormous chrysalis. White mesh moulds of body...

It’s unlikely that a play exploring such diverse themes as unemployment, suicide, deprivation and Brexit will ever evoke as much as joy as this...

A Guide for the Homesick is yet another one of those 80-minute, one-act American two-handers. You know the formula: tightly written, clinically directed and...

Heroism takes a quite beating in Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida, the playwright’s shrewdly satirical take on the Trojan War and its many characters. ‘Great’...

This new play about a fact-checking dispute at a magazine feels incredibly timely. Exploring the relationship between fact and fiction, journalism and the truth, The Lifespan...

This is a labour of love if ever there was one. Emma Rice’s first new production, after her brief, troubled stint at Shakespeare’s Globe,...
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