‘Like Beckett, if Beckett didn’t piss me off’: Ava Davies on Footprint Theatre’s gently radical two-hander about loneliness and the cosmos.
A very specific idea of Britishness: Ava Davies writes on a show that meets injustice with sugar-coated tweeness.
Inheritance, rejection, stasis: Ava Davies reviews Living House Theatre’s playful take on art and history.
Deep and rich and jagged: Ava Davies on ThisEgg’s fluid exploration of bodies and trauma.
‘Glitters with warmth’: Ava Davies reviews Le Gateau Chocolat’s cabaret version of The Ugly Duckling.
‘The silliness, the fumbling, the mistakes’: Ava Davies reviews Company Three’s show about teenage love.
“Amazing what can happen when you don’t just programme white people” – Ava Davies on the humming energy of a show made by femmes of colour.
Futility and horror: Ava Davies on a revived WWI drama, and the strange way the war sits in our national consciousness.
Show me the knottiness: Marc Pell’s gig-theatre show for nabokov doesn’t embrace its audience enough.
A need for connection: Berri George’s new play centres on two graffiti-obsessed, thrill-seeking teenagers.
I’ve seen it five times… Ava Davies reviews the return of Simon McBurney’s The Encounter to the Barbican
It wasn’t written for me: Ava Davies reviews Guleraana Mir’s play about a British Pakistani woman and her family
Blood is thicker than water: Ava Davies writes on Francis Turnly’s The Great Wave.
This accumulation of Stuff: Ava Davies reviews Jude Christian’s production of Falk Richter’s play about broken relationships and broken capitalism
Rock Paper Scissors Shoot. Ava Davies responds to Alex Oates’ one-man darknet drama.