Reviews

Review: Squad Goals, Dagenham and Redbridge FC

Star Players: Rosemary Waugh writes on a site-specific show celebrating the 'mud-splattered-flood-lit revolution' that is women's football.

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People are theatre’s biggest asset; it’s time to start valuing them

As the UK's leaders use the language of business to justify further devastation to theatre, Alice Saville argues that they're looking for value in the wrong places.

26 September


Features

An Open Verdict

Should cases be tried in theatres? Natasha Tripney asks lawyers and theatremakers for their views on the Lowry's role as a temporary courtroom.

25 September

Reviews

Review: Faith Healer, Old Vic: In Camera

"You must awake your faith": Hannah Greenstreet writes on the Old Vic's livestreamed production of Faith Healer with Michael Sheen.

20 September

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Review: User Not Found by Dante or Die

Digital shadows: Wambui Hardcastle encounters a video podcast about online afterlives that you can watch on your mobile phone.

18 September

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Review: Credit, Alphabetti Theatre

Out of credit: Tracey Sinclair reviews a livestream of Laura Lindow's new play, an 'urban fable' about the impact of the rollout of Universal Credit in the North East.

17 September

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Rediscovering London, with headphones

As the crowds trickle back into central London, Ava Wong Davies embarks on two headphone-led encounters with the city.

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Rachel Nwokoro: “The thing that the arts industry doesn’t do for disabled people is create space and time.”

“We need to imagine the impossible”: after her nomination for a Stage Debut Award, Rachel Nwokoro talks disability and social change.

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We’re taking a little break

...so we can rest, recuperate, and make plans on how to come back stronger.

Francesca Peschier and Alice Saville

How to go to the Edinburgh Fringe Without Leaving Your House

The fringe is (mostly) cancelled - so here are some highly creative tips on how to recreate the magic, without leaving your home.

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Review: Letters at Gate Theatre/ Zoom

Rain, sun, cloud: Lily Levinson reviews a letter-based performance that revisits the blurry days of lockdown.

16 September

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Review: Sleepless – A Musical Romance at Troubadour Theatre

Two Nora Ephron fans discuss the rain and romance of Sleepless, the first indoor musical since March.

9 September

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Review: Every Time a Bell Rings at Park Bench Theatre, York

Louise Jones reviews an outdoor monologue with a soundtrack that chimes with its themes of grief and spirituality.

9 September

Reviews

Redux Review: Call It A Day/Crack of Dawn by Greg Wohead

Give it time: Ben Kulvichit writes on how durational performances are perfectly suited to the present moment.

24 August


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10 August
Poppy Burton-Morgan

The blurred boundaries of lockdown working

Poppy Burton-Morgan writes on why working from home makes it extra-important to learn how to close the door.


8 August
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WTF Next

Maddy Costa reflects on the conversations started by WTF Next, an online meeting place to discuss the future of theatre.


7 August
Alice Saville

NT at Home: An Incomplete Diary

Alice Saville writes on surviving through lockdown, and learning to love livestreamed theatre.


4 August
Shit Theatre

10 Years of Sh!t

Sh!t Theatre celebrate their fringe anniversary (and unexpected year off) with this whistletop tour of ten years of not getting paid in the rain.


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