Sin, sex and death: Crystal Bennes on a concert-style production of the great opera.
An insight into life as a policeman proves there’s more to the army than the Military Tattoo.
A mainstream crossover hit – or is it? Hannah Greenstreet on Sh!t Theatre’s Dolly Parton-inspired show.
A struggle against systems: James Fritz’s new play is a response to Paul Mason’s Why It’s Kicking Off Everywhere.
Rich, sparkly, deep, intricate: Joy Martin reviews Binge Culture’s interactive headphone adventure around The Meadows.
Daniel Bye’s new performance is an exploration of borders, solidarity and revolt.
Inspired by a destroyed Syrian city, this playful performance burns with violence.
Circus as Angela Carter imagined it: a dazzling evocation of Victorian entertainments.
Joy Martin writes a review/fan letter to the author of an ingeniously layered exploration of the creative process.
From prosperity to crash: Chris McCormack invests real money in Ontroend Goed’s immersive, banking-inspired show.
Voices from beyond the grave: Chris McCormack makes contact with the spirit realm in Darkfield’s new installation.
Turning America inside-out: Lilith Wozniak on a ritualistic blend of politics and pop culture.
How to do meta better: Lucian Waugh reviews Lara Foot’s deeply compassionate play combining African storytelling with magic realism.
Once upon a time, I bought an ice rink… Rosemary Waugh reviews Suzanne Grotenhuis’s new show about heartbreak and ice-skates.
Mind the fake blood and bring cash for the bar: Ka Bradley reviews the latest show from Secret Studio Lab based on [redacted].