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Reviews

There is much to admire in this Tangled Feet’s production for three-to-eight year olds. Using the company’s trademark movement and visual theatre vocabulary, the production...

It’s hard to overstate the social radicalism for its time of Verdi’s La Traviata. Even today, over 160 years since its 1853 premiere, the...

Words are a minor component of A Thing Mislaid. It’s an enigmatic and often impish two-hander from Maison Foo, a company now in its...

Puccini’s Tosca is generally agreed to be the pre-eminent operatic thriller, but rarely does it pack such a sequence of visceral punches as it...

People have played around with Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis before – it was adapted by Philip Venables for the Royal Opera two years ago...

Why do we keep telling the same stories? Director Jude Christian’s mash-up of Othello and Macbeth, two of the oldest and most retold stories...

A Handmaid’s Tale for immigration, SBC Theatre’s new production Where We Began is an urgent, angry examination of the idea of home – what...

English Touring Theatre’s Othello, a co-production with Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory and Oxford Playhouse, starts with an Islamic wedding. In director Richard Twyman’s...

There’s a bittersweet irony to seeing Hear Me Howl the day Ireland’s Eighth Amendment is officially repealed. Perhaps it’s a stretch, but there seems...
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