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Review: Faceless at the Park Theatre

Dancing around the periphery: there's a compelling story lurking somewhere in Selina Fillinger's debut play.

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Mishandled Archive

Tara Fatehi Irani writes on her year-long project, making 365 performance-installations which shared micro-histories from her family archive from Tehran.

16 April


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Review: Polly at the Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol

Horror amid the hilarity: Marie Hamilton and Stephanie Kempson's musical John Gay adaptation hits all the right notes.

Published Yesterday

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Review: Much Ado About Nothing at Rose Theatre Kingston

An uneasy mix: Simon Dormandy's production combines squirmy sexual politics with knockabout comedy.

20 April

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Review: The Encounter at the Barbican

I’ve seen it five times... Ava Davies reviews the return of Simon McBurney's The Encounter to the Barbican

20 April

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Review: Assassins at the Gate Theatre 

Chris McCormack reviews Stephen Sondheim's musical about nine people who attempted to assassinate US presidents

20 April

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Naomi Obeng

NSDF: Making Change

Naomi Obeng reports back from National Student Drama Festival's collective conversations on how to make spaces fairer, more accessible, and more representative.

Francesca Peschier

Roundtable: Working Conditions and Pay in Theatre Design

Ahead of an open meeting on 'The Value of Design', eight designers at all career levels discuss the struggle for fair working conditions.

Eve Leigh

On (not) watching gendered violence on stage

Five years ago, playwright Eve Leigh made a decision not to watch plays, movies and TV shows that involved violence against female bodies. She unravels her thoughts, in list form.

Alice Saville

Ellie Dubois: “Circus is a device in the toolkit I use to make a show”

Ellie Dubois's shows blur the line between circus and live art. She talks pushing at the limits, gender, and why circus needs more criticism.

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Review: The Marriage of Figaro at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

Losing steam: Irish National Opera's first production runs out of ideas and invention.

18 April

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Review: Frankie Vah at Soho Theatre

A poem about a poet: Luke Wright's second verse play dives into the political turmoil of Thatcher's Britain.

18 April

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Review: Chicago at Phoenix Theatre

He had it coming: Alice Saville's review of the sexy, slick courtroom story takes the form of a trial transcript.

17 April

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Review: Drag On at the Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol 

Fierce, real, awkward and fake: Lilith Wozniak reviews dance artist James Morgan's show about myth, monsters and queer identity

17 April


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Theatre’s missing accents

Francesca Peschier explores how regional and working class accents are both underused and misused by theatre.


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Alchymy Festival

Hannah Greenstreet chats to Ellie Keel, producer of Alchymy - a unique Oxford-based festival that's all about developing new theatre.


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Exeunt’s (Mostly) Irrational Theatre Dislikes

Exeunt's writers get together for a cathartic collective airing of their long-harboured, but deeply petty theatre-related gripes.


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Dramaturgy Under Capitalism

Frey Kwa Hawking explores the slippery territory of defining a dramaturg's role, and forging a practice in a world that requires both productions and people to be marketable.


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