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Clearing a name: Chris McCormack reviews Fearghus Ó Conchúir's new dance work based on the life of Roger Casement.
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How can anyone flawlessly jazz-up an issue? Fergus Morgan reviews Bryony Kimmings' new musical about cancer. Warning: includes GBBO spoilers...
York's snickleways are coming to digital life thanks to Vespertine, which holds a series of night-time experiences. Louise Jones interviews the company's creative producer, Yvonne Carmichael, to discover how they mix theatre and tech to breathe new life into the city tour.
Alice Saville looks at how Sleepwalk Collective's performance Domestica riffs on the Western canon, and how women reimagine language in an art world whose story is written by men.
Catherine Love discusses RashDash's Two Man Show and what it says about masculinities, uncertainty and the patriarchy.
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Rosemary Waugh provides three answers to the question: 'how do you review Akram Khan's Giselle?'
Salome Wagaine on why theatres' deluxe dining options create an exclusive atmosphere - and how food, done right, can be a way to engage new audiences.
Riotous Company: “The industry is different in Britain, everyone is looking for the next thing that will push their career”
Verity Healey interviews the members of Riotous Company about their working methods, what makes British theatre different from the European mainstream, and their new performance, Scherzo for Piano and Stick.
Watching the Paralympics, people remark at how amazing athletes are - often for doing exactly what we deter disabled bodies from doing every day.
Diana Damian Martin
Performance festival Steakhouse Live returns for 2016 with a beefier line-up and a new embedded writing programme led by Diana and Bojana. Here, they discuss the fest's growth, and why we need to think about new models of criticism that can support the shape-shifting practices of live art.