More of an adventure story than a lullaby: Duska Radosavljevic reviews a new puppetry show about bedtime rituals for 2 – 5 year olds.
Just open your mind and say yes: Duška Radosavljević on an anarchic Calvin and Hobbes inspired performance for toddlers.
“Mama said you have to share”: Joakim and Katarina (aged 3.5 and 1.5) present a joint review of their festival experience.
32 years coming: Duška Radosavljević reviews Forced Entertainment’s Edinburgh Festival debut.
New and unique and fascinating: Duška Radosavljević on Rachel Mars’s exploration of envy and desire.
Assured, accomplished and frighteningly fierce: Duška Radosavljević reviews the return of Seiriol Davies’s delightful musical extravaganza.
Defying Gravity: Duška Radosavljević reviews Kneehigh’s adaption of the life and love of Marc Chagall and Bella Rosenfeld.
Like a nice cup of cocoa: Duška Radosavljević reviews Theatre Fideri Fidera’s heart-warming family tale.
Translation and transcultural communication: Duška Radosavljević reviews the world premiere of a new work by Nassim Soleimanpour.
Duška Radosavljević reviews Louis Pearl’s bubble-blowing family spectacle.
“The best theatre ideas are often remarkably simple”: Duska Radosavljevic watches some toddlers crawl about on a giant, animation-filled screen at Imaginart’s Sensacional.
Existentialism and farts: Duška Radosavljević reviews Made in China’s slime-filled show.
“At any other time it would have been enough to just roll one’s eyes and move on. Not anymore.” Dramaturg and academic Duška Radosavljević responds to David Hare’s tirade against European-influenced director’s theatre.
Graceful and elevating: Duska Radosavljevic reviews Arthur Pita’s dance version of The Little Match Girl.
Duška Radosavljević interviews Anne Peter, editor at German theatre publication nachtkritik.de, about how the site’s new model of criticism works – and the challenges of supporting high-quality journalism online.