‘While four older women sip from their mugs in a sun-bathed garden, premonitions of catastrophe lurk behind their innocuous chit-chat.’
Catherine Love watches a show providing “a disturbing and intense window on the twenty-first century man.”
A life on pause.
Filling the gaps.
Children of tragedy.
The gap between wars.
Catherine Love talks to the co-founder of Forest Fringe about time, mortality and being ‘here.’
Valley of the dolls.
Saying everything while saying nothing.
Catherine Love explores the themes behind this one-day symposium at Royal Holloway, which will challenge binaries between devised and text-based theatre.
Catherine Love visits the festival of new writing, including premieres from Luke Norris, E V Crowe and Al Smith, in its new seaside home in Aldeburgh.
The emptiness of grief.