Clare Lizzimore gets in the head of a woman trying to hold herself together. Tom Wicker reviews.
The giddy rush of escape: Tom Wicker reviews Sally Cookson’s Peter Pan at the National Theatre.
Tom Wicker reviews Daniel Alexander Jones’ ode to race, queerness and difference.
Ross and Rachel is a hit play that picks apart the romantic politics of Friends. As it embarks on a New York run, followed by a UK tour, Tom Wicker chats to its author James Fritz about why we should question the seductive language of love.
“No one is immune from sounding like an op-ed piece in the New Yorker.” Tom Wicker reviews the UK debut of JC Lee’s play.
Tom Wicker speaks to The Last Kingdom actor about found spaces, language, and co-starring with Andrew Scott in The Dazzle.
An incredibly well-trodden path.
Tom Wicker talks new Who, Peter Capaldi and The Zygon Inversion – and how a TV show can be a source of hope and optimism in a hard world.
The bleed between place and person.
The feverish intoxication of Paris.
Slip in to something more comfortable.
The ageing process of plays.
Compelling, sad poetry.
The insular echo of self-applause.
A communal experience.