Befuddled narratives: Seth Simons reviews Pop Up Theatric's performance in New York's Financial District.
As a pro-choice mural is painted over in Dublin, Chris McCormack explores the power of art and performance to create new imagery around abortion.
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Love and friendship: Tim Bano reviews Harry Potter And The Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre.
Wandering through the American Dream: Sarah Matusek reviews an immersive promenade piece about the many faces of America.
James Baker, co-artistic director of Bootworks Theatre, on why children are more able to tackle challenging situations and difficult ideas than we might admit.
Rhiannon Armstrong discusses radical resting and her Public Selfcare System ahead of her performance at Tempting Failure.
Diana Damian Martin
"Your silhouette is an outrage to beautiful materials". As part of a series of articles on theatre in translation, Diana Damian Martin explores the complexities of translating NDiaye's text 'Les Serpents', a mythological exploration of colonialism.
Diana Damian Martin
"So what is the new Tate Modern? Is it the ultimate neoliberal art institution?" As the gallery opens its vast new Switch House extension, Diana Damian Martin explores the interplay between economics, performance and public engagement.
King's Head Theatre
The pursuit of knowledge: Brendan Macdonald reviews Ron Elisha’s biographical play about Wittgenstein's later years.
Latitude 2016 has the theme of 'Love Thy Neighbour'. We've got into the Biblical spirit to offer ten commandments for seeing theatre at this year's fest.
Anna Winter compares two portrayals of the legendary dancer Rudolph Nureyev: Aletta Lawson's new play and Peter Wright's fantastically bitchy memoir.
Anthony Neilson's new play, 'Unreachable', opens at the Royal Court this week. Catherine Love sits in on the rehearsals, and explores mainstream theatre's reluctance to stage devised work.
Translating Theatre is a research and practice-based project that aims to spark intercultural dialogue. As part of a series of essays from the project, Catherine Love steps into the rehearsal room to explore the elusive rules of humour and 'foreignisation'.