Hypnotic, ritualistic, something impossible and mesmeric: Francesca Peschier reviews the London premiere of Gandini Juggling’s new show.
A father in an urn and women that want to be heard, not seen: Francesca Peschier reviews the winning entries in a new monologue competition.
“Like those Christmas selections that come in an actual tin with some of the biscuits so posh they warrant their own silver foil.”
Bigger isn’t always better: Francesca Peschier is underwhelmed by the humbug prince.
Just kidding: Liwaa Yazji’s exploration of the Syrian Civil War is compelling, confusing and, well, full of goats.
Mischievously destabilises: Francesca Peschier reviews the show that gives critics stage fright.
The Room meets Grange Hill: Iain Hollingshead and Timothy Muller’s new high-school musical gets an F- from Francesca Peschier.
“I want to cover it in chutney and make it into an orgasmic sandwich”: Francesca Peschier on the Wales Millenium Centre revival of Manfred Karge’s 1982 one-woman epic.
Who said what? Francesca Peschier reviews Terry Johnson’s play featuring Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe.
There’s more to life than life on earth: Francesca Peschier reviews Andrew Thompson’s new play about space travel and families.
“Like stumbling, joyously stoned, through Camden Market”: Francesca Peschier takes a trip into The Vaults to review Johnathan O’Boyle’s fully immersive revival of Hair.
Sex in a mouse onesie: Francesca Peschier reviews a new comedy by David Ireland.
Accessible but not patronising: Francesca Peschier reviews Chino Odimba’s adaptation of Oliver Twist for teenagers.
A laboured metaphor for mercilessness: Francesca Peschier reviews a new production of Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s The Wasp.
Francesca Peschier discovers polyamory and queer domesticity in a current-feeling revival of Kevin Elyot’s 1982 play.