Picture postcard visuals: Geoff Mills reviews David Edgar’s new adaptation of Charles Dickens’ festive tale for the RSC
Wildean wantonness: Christopher Luscombe’s resplendent revival is luscious but loud.
“A powerful, unforced stage presence”: Geoff Mills reviews Stephen Unwin’s touring production of Tom Stoppard’s dazzling 1982 classic starring Laurence Fox.
The future of theatre? Geoff Mills reviews Curious Directive’s interrogatory show combining live performance with VR technology.
“If Wesley Snipes did Shakespeare…”: Geoff Mills reviews Angus Jackson’s production of Coriolanus, the final instalment in the RSC’s up-and-down Rome season.
Never quite sets on fire: Geoff Mills reviews the Royal Shakespeare Company’s performance of Christopher Marlowe.
I thought you used to teach postmodernism? Geoff Mills provides the second instalment in his Stratford-upon-Avon play/reviews.
Graham Dickson’s solo show delves into the life of a Russian absurdist writer.
#RhodesMustFall: Geoff Mills reviews the Baxter Theatre’s play about student demonstrations at the University of Cape Town.
A radical reenvisioning: Geoff Mills reviews a stage adaptation of Colm Tóibín’s story of Jesus, from Mary’s perspective.
Diabolical depths: Geoff Mills discovers the depravity of man in this 21st Century take on an Edgar Allan Poe story.
Horror and humour: Geoff Mills reviews Blanche McIntyre’s contemporary version of Titus Andronicus.
Geoff Mills reviews a Salomé that Oscar Wilde would have thoroughly approved of – in the style of a Victorian epistle to the author himself.
Oil starts to drip from the ceiling… Geoff Mills writes a short play in response to the Mischief Festival double bill.
Keeping the despair at bay: Geoff Mills reviews Arthur Miller’s intended “time bomb” of a play.