Open wounds: Sally Hales reviews Lisa Parry’s allegorical play about a “left-behind” Welsh town.
A faltering take-off: Lilith Wozniak reviews a haltingly staged sci-fi promenade show from National Theatre of Wales and Hijinx Theatre.
Surgical precision: Sally Hales writes on Hedda’s struggle ‘to be seen on her own terms’ in Chelsea Walker’s crystal-clear production.
‘Cautious kindness’: Lilith Wozniak on the gentle hope of Ed Thomas’s rural, Beckettian play.
You and I, here and there: Ben Kulvichit responds to Jo Fong and Sonia Hughes’ participatory piece by setting a timer for six minutes.
Speaking out: Lilith Wozniak reviews a new play from National Theatre Wales about abortion and the dangers of silence, set between Ireland and Wales.
A familiar family: Ben Kulvichit writes on Chippy Lane Production’s new play and its echoes of 20th Century American playwrights
Homecoming: Rosemary Waugh reviews a night of four work-in-progress plays by Welsh playwrights.
“There’s no such thing as paranoia.” Rosemary Waugh reviews Titus Halder’s unsettling vision of what awaits after graduation.
Kate Wyver reviews the WNO’s staging of David Jones’s epic poem, but finds it lacks the required weight.
A woman of substance.
Cruelty and tenderness.
Reviewing the online broadcast.
Circus with a dark edge.