Review: The Disappearing of Vincent Gambini (online)

Now you see me: Louise Jones reviews a film by performance maker and magician Augusto Corrieri, made in response to a cancelled 2020 tour.

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A Good Night Out

Maddy Costa writes about the non-hierarchical reading group that explores big questions about theatre, socialism and power structures.

3 April


Review: Outside at The Orange Tree (online)

Outside in: Frey Kwa Hawking writes on the second of the Orange Tree's livestreamed collection of short plays, which 'draw a thick line between where we’ve come from and where we’re going'.

16 April


Review: Distance Remaining at Macrobert Arts Centre (online)

New horizons: Tracey Sinclair reviews a trilogy of quest-themed short plays by Stewart Melton.

15 April


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Review: Living Newspaper: A Counter Narrative at the Royal Court (online)

Hot off the press: Hannah Greenstreet reviews the Royal Court's eclectic online experiment in rapid-response theatre.

8 April


Review: Open Mic at HOME/Soho Theatre (online)

Eye contact: James Varney writes on liveness in Rob Drummond's unsettling, loss-tinged open mic night.

6 April


Louise Jones

Compass Festival #1: are you listening?

Louise Jones answers the call of ZU-UK's phonebox-based performance in her first piece as embedded critic at Compass, the Leeds-based festival of live art

Ali Pritchard

Alphabetti Theatre: A new model for small-scale theatre

Ali Pritchard explains how lockdown gave Newcastle's Alphabetti Theatre time to reflect, and build a new model that works better for both artists and local communities.

Rosemary Waugh

Natalie Ibu: “I think the sector has been too seduced by the idea of new and young and sexy”

The new artistic director of Northern Stage talks doomscrolling, digital theatre, and fighting to bring back the artists that theatre's lost.

Laura Harris and James Rowson

Nearly a year on, UK theatre freelancers are still in the dark

Laura Harris and James Rowson share some initial findings from research project Freelancers in the Dark, charting broken lines of communication, grief, solidarity and hope.

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Review: The Lucky Ones by Riptide (online)

Two can play that game: Holly Williams teams up with her brother Lyall to review Riptide's ambitious week-long code-cracking adventure.

3 April


Review: The Meaning of Zong at Bristol Old Vic (online)

Writing history: Lilith Wozniak writes on the role of storytelling in Giles Terera's radio play about the 1781 Zong slaveship massacre and the fight for abolition.

29 March


Review: Is Now A Good Time? at Tobacco Factory Theatres

Office romance: Harvey Bassett reviews Out of Chaos's interactive telephone show masquerading as a market research questionnaire.

24 March


Review: Closed Hands at HOME, Manchester (online)

Untangling threads: Mostyn Jones reviews an ambitious game by Dan Hett exploring the fallout of a terror attack.

22 March

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