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Review: Napoleon Disrobed at the Arcola Theatre

The profound absurdity of identity: Told By An Idiot's new show is silly but shallow.

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Richard III Redux

Kaite O'Reilly writes on cripping up, and how her new production offers a witty, feminist, alternative disability perspective on Shakespeare's history play.

20 February


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Review: Doctor Faustus at The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter

Google it: Tangle Theatre's three-man Marlowe gives Emily Holyoake a Faustian experience, she thinks.

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Review: Ken at The Bunker

If in doubt, get naked and jump on the table: Terry Johnson's tribute to Ken Campbell has lessons for life as well as theatre.

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Review: Porcelain at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin

Teetering on cliché: Margaret Perry's debut play loses steam in Cathal Cleary's production.

22 February

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Review: The Droves at CoLab Factory

Where the wild things are: Coney's new show immerses you in the imaginations of children.

22 February

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Poppy Burton-Morgan

A New Era for Women in Circus

Poppy Burton-Morgan explores how female-led circus companies are dismantling and reimagining gender on stage.

Giselle LeBleu

Black Girl Magic

Ahead of her show 'The Year of the Rooster Monk' at Vault Festival, Giselle LeBleu writes on resurrecting pre-digital ghosts and channeling dark forces.

Maddy Costa

Pivot: The Audience Club

In the last of three articles, Maddy Costa explores how The Place involved dance fans in developing new work, and their conflicting expectations of the process.

Alice Saville

LGBT History Month – a chance for theatre to reinvent its queer past

Alice Saville writes on how theatre offers a way to put the past in dialogue with the present.

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Review: Party Politics at Òran Mór, Glasgow

School gate politics: Lorna Martin makes an assured debut with A Play, A Pie and A Pint.

21 February

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Review: BASICTENSION at the ICA

An imprecise cloud of possibilites: Jamila Johnson-Small's free-flowing choreography brings dance artists into a contemporary art context.

21 February

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Review: Juliet and Romeo at the Battersea Arts Centre

The aches and pains of long-term love: Rosemary Waugh reviews Lost Dog's new show about Shakespeare's lovers all grown up.

21 February

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Review: The Last Bordello at the Tron Theatre, Glasgow

Salacious bombast: David Leddy's obscene homage to Jean Genet might require a reading list.

19 February


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7 February
Maddy Costa

Pivot Dance: Matchmaking Choreographers and Producers

In the second of a trio of articles, Maddy Costa explores the difficulty of seeding new relationships between choreographers and producers.


5 February
Adrian Jackson

The Other Side of Outreach

The artistic director of Cardboard Citizens talks theatre and oppression, in response to Nathan Lucky Wood's piece 'The Trouble With Outreach'.


31 January
Maddy Costa

Pivot: Dance Development at The Place

In the first of a trio of articles, Maddy Costa explores The Place's three-pronged artist, producer, and audience development scheme.


29 January
Alice Saville

Why We Need Vault Festival

As Waterloo's ever-growing arts festival returns for 2018, Alice Saville asks its co-director Mat Burt what it offers young companies.


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