Reviews

First staged in 2003, Debbie Tucker Green’s Dirty Butterfly is not an easy play to watch. Its subject of domestic abuse, and fractured relationships...

Louise Orwin’s Oh Yes Oh No is a challenging, thought-provoking one-woman show about the vagaries and violence of female desire. It struggles with and celebrates...

Written by journalist and chronicler of radicalism Paul Mason, Divine Chaos of Starry Things – named after Victor Hugo’s poem dedicated to French anarchist...

Combining the creeping high school horror of Jay Asher's 13 Reasons Why, the stigma-skewering impishness of Bruce Norris' Clybourne Park, and a delectably bleak, Fargo-esque wit, Jordan Tannahill's Late Company...

The growth of social media might suggest we are all closely connected, but the premier of Alan Harris’ play explores social disengagement and how...

Shrewsbury’s Theatre Severn has taken the brave step of mounting its first in-house production. It has temporarily converted the intimate Walker studio theatre into...

Death permeates Daniel Kramer’s opener for Emma Rice’s final season as artistic director of Shakespeare’s Globe. Romeo and Juliet has always been a tough nut to...

Motionhouse makes highly physical and daring dance work, often performed outdoors. The set always plays a major role in the company’s work, and this is...

Liverpool’s Royal Court has built an impressively loyal audience base over the past 10 years with its programme of broad, playful comedy and gag-laden...
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