soho-theatre

Inua Ellams is a poet, playwright and a performer. He’s also an immigrant. The son of a Muslim father and a Christian mother, his...

Phoebe Eclair-Powell’s Fury is a hard-edged retelling of Medea. But while it’s particularly strong on the pressures and prejudices that come with being a...

Kate O’Donnell is a remarkable woman. And she’s undertaken a remarkable journey, what with the joint misfortunes of being born in Coventry and as...

Jake and Laura are looking for the same thing: casual, late-night, weekend sex, wi' nae strings attached. Excuse the Scottishism, but it's hard to...

James Graham's Monster Raving Loony will transfer to London next month. The Theatre Royal Plymouth production, which premiered there earlier this year, will have its...

In its nudges, its winks and the high-octane confidence of its central performer – Jonnie Bayfield, who co-writes and co-directs with Will Cowell – Idiots feels...

After three hit seasons at the Soho Theatre, Lady Rizo’s back with a vengeance, and a baby. Multiplied is about what it’s like to...

Ursula Martinez is building a wall on stage. It’s hypnotic to watch. She slaps down lines of grey cement and then carefully places white...

London can be a lonely place. It’s even more isolating for an orphaned girl (Charlotte Croft) and her grandmother (Liz Crowther), bound by grief...
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