“What sort of love is this love that we have for countries?” Brendan Macdonald reviews Kali Theatre’s latest production.
“Coping. With sex. With loss. With each other”: Brendan Macdonald reviews Jack Thorne’s work.
Brendan Macdonald finds much to exclaim about in Welcome Home, Captain Fox!
Kathryn Hunter is “sheer magnetism” in a performance that far outshines the rest of the cast.
“His mantra is a praise for life, a real eulogy.”
You need to take responsibility for your actions: Brendan Macdonald reviews Keith Huff’s new work.
“The premise of Lyle Kessler’s Orphans is as straightforward as a straitjacket escape.”
Alternative universes and creme brûlée combine in David Lindsay-Abaire’s journey through grief.
“An absurdist and comedic exploration of etymological entanglements.” Brendan Macdonald reviews Karis Halsall’s work-in-progress.
Trying to think outside the box: Brendan Macdonald finds Ridiculusmus’s new show a “both humorous and at times moving exploration of trauma”.