Social housing, not social cleansing: Dave Fargnoli reviews LUNG’s piece of documentary theatre on the fight against gentrification in Newham.
A one man, one chair, one pint show: Dave Fargnoli reviews Danny Mellor’s play about the Miners’ Strike and its aftermath.
A very British octopus: Dave Fargnoli reviews Afsaneh Gray’s multi-limbed look at our multicultural nation(s).
Dave Fargnoli reviews a show with a nice message, but a bit of a jumbled format.
Why do we push ourselves? Dave Fargnoli reviews triathlete Hannah Nicklin’s journey into the answer.
Bleary, leary and blurred: Dave Fargnoli reviews an earlier work by Gary Owen, set in Bridgend.
“Transporting and hypnotic”: Dave Fargnoli reviews Lyndsey Turner’s production of Brian Friel’s play.
“On the night of a rare, red-tinted full moon…” Dave Fargnoli reviews Crick Crack Club’s latest evening of storytelling for grown-ups.
Grubby nostalgia: Dave Fargnoli reviews a perfectly teenage commission from the BRIT School’s Bridge Company.
The great destroyer or the great creator? Dave Fargnoli reviews the latest night of storytelling from Crick Crack Club.
“And there are cat memes. Lots of cat memes.” Dave Fargnoli reviews Darknet at the Southwark Playhouse.
Trust the party: Dave Fargnoli reviews Anders Lustgarten’s exploration of China.
Dave Fargnoli reviews Hannah Khalil’s work that “captures a very human perspective on ordinary lives lived under extraordinary pressures.”
“It all feels a little like you’ve fallen asleep to a bedtime story and taken up the tale in a dream.” Dave Fargnoli sails downstream to the Old Red Lion.
Dave Fargnoli reviews Hemingway’s “raw, sometimes rambling cocktail of spy thriller, romance, and self-insert fiction.”