‘Generation Z are looking down the barrel of a gun’: Jackie Montague reviews Erica Whyman’s production of Shakespeare’s staple as it heads out on a UK tour.
Jackie Montague explores what three performances at Latitude say about how we relate to our heroes, our homes, and our own identities.
Jackie Montague reviews Camilla Beeput’s one-woman show as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2017.
I get it, finally: Jackie Montague has a revelatory evening with Ramps on the Moon’s revival of The Who’s Tommy
From Nick Cave to ‘It’s Raining Men’, Red Rose Chain’s outdoor Shakespeare has it all.
“Dear London, You’re fucked.” Jackie Montague reviews Sh!t Theatre’s “very, very funny” exploration of the housing crisis at Latitude, before it plays the Edinburgh Fringe.
There are showtunes and sacrilege galore in Lucy McCormick’s new performance ‘Triple Threat’, previewing at Latitude before playing the Edinburgh Fringe.
“I think Siddons and I are neighbours, it feels that close to home.” Jackie Montague reviews Annie Siddons’s autobiographical show at PULSE 16.
A rightly reclaimed martyrdom: Jackie Montague reviews Lucy Jane Parkinson’s performance as part of PULSE 16.
I’m sticking with you: Jackie Montague reviews Single Shoe’s “physical, absurd, hilarious and heart breaking” show.