Cognitive dissonance: Emma Smith reviews Katie Bonna’s one-woman show about lying.
Yea, slimy things did crawl with legs, / Upon the slimy sea: Emma Smith reviews Simon David Eden’s journey into the American Dream.
Will children like Extra Yarn? Elated child says: ‘Yes! Yes! Yes!’: Emma Smith reviews the Orange Tree Theatre’s Christmas show for young children.
The boy who would not grow up: Emma Smith reviews Adrian Edmondson in a play about waking up middle-aged.
“Context is everything”: Emma Smith reviews Terry Jastrow’s investigation of Jane Fonda and the Vietnam War.
“Perfectly captures the pure hope and possibility of youth”: Emma Smith reviews Sabrina Mahfouz’s work as part of The Last Word Festival.
Sex? Prozac? Property?: Emma Smith reviews Stef Smith’s Royal Court debut play about the fine line between animals and humans.
Annie Ryan’s stage adaptation of Eimear McBride’s novel “batters language into feeling”.
Emma Smith on Richard Bean’s bread factory comedy: “Think Made in Dagenham meets Kinky Boots, with more flour, fewer kinks and no women.”
Emma Smith sees Nautilus by Trygve Wakenshaw as part of London International Mime Festival and its funny. Really, really funny.
Will Adamsdale’s alter-ego is back in business.
Death of the British Dream.
A brave new world of eugenics.
A play of two halves.