“Life is short and unkind and we return to dust”: Verity Healey reviews Paul Hewitt’s take on the The Ruba’iyat of Omar Khayyam.
Promised kingdoms: Verity Healey reviews Athena Stevens’ work at the Finborough Theatre.
“Let’s kill our mummies”: Verity Healey reviews Charlotte Keatley’s work about four generations of women.
“A beautiful sequence of events”: Verity Healey reviews David Rudkin’s translation of Jean Genet.
The playwright of ‘The Rise and Fall of Little Voice’ and ‘Raz’, which opens this week at Trafalgar Studios, talks jilted generations, the poetry of Northernisms and wild nights out.
Verity Healey reviews Jane Horrocks’ “archeological exercise” at the Young Vic.
Verity Healey reviews Andrew Maddock’s latest play in which “the writing is rich with alliteration and a joy to hear, never mind see.”
Revisiting Barrie Keeffe’s still-relevant play.
A biblical storm.
A meditative celebration of female power.
A tribute to the disappeared.
Towards the light.
Hope, freedom and 501s.