Kureishi’s break-through screenplay on stage.
Man walks into a pub.
Tennessee Williams, previously unperformed.
Caryl Churchill’s fragmented Fenland hymn.
The return of Kneehigh’s sublime production.
A history of violence.
Art, disability and the Olympics.
A craft that takes us into death.
Andrew Sheridan’s bruising debut.
Hate and the 1980s.
Robert Lepage’s ravishing spin-off.
Spunky, but doesn’t quite fill the pool.
Bold and unsettling.
Murder most Ayckbourn.
Dense, prismatic, powerful.