A wealth of variety and charm: Louise Jones review On the Wire’s From Shore to Shore.
This bird is stuck in its nest: Ross Gaynor’s eclectic new one-man drama at Dublin’s Theatre Upstairs doesn’t quite deliver, says Chris McCormack.
Our lady in York (Louise Jones) reviews Our Man in Havana – in text messages.
A warning against consumerism: Naia Headland-Vanni reviews 1927’s Golem, on tour in Bristol.
“What on earth am I watching here?”: Aniqah Choudhri has her preconceptions blown away by a modernised Jane Austen adaptation.
Properly unsettling: Tracey Sinclair reviews Ester Natzijl’s disconcerting work at the Brighton Fringe.
It’s a wrap: Rosemary Waugh reviews one of the last ever performances of Ontroerend Goed’s superb Sirens.
A careful balance of farcical comedy and shocking drama: Peter Kirwan reviews Suba Das’ Northern Stage revival of Ayub Khan Din’s much-loved play.
Oil starts to drip from the ceiling… Geoff Mills writes a short play in response to the Mischief Festival double bill.
A small gem: Tracey Sinclair reviews Jack Rooke’s debut solo show at the Brighton Fringe.
Giving the unbelievable a fair hearing: Chris McCormack reviews Philip Conaughton’s new dance-opera about UFO sightings.
Bacchanalia and broccoli: Chris McCormack reviews Chris Haring and Michel Blazy’s collaboration, performed as part of the Dublin Dance Festival.
Keeping the despair at bay: Geoff Mills reviews Arthur Miller’s intended “time bomb” of a play.
Fizzing with wit and invention: Tracey Sinclair reviews The Hiccup Project’s performance at the Brighton Festival.
Still transcendent: Peter Kirwan revels in Bruce Guthrie’s “energetic” 20th-anniversary revival of this Broadway classic, structural flaws and all.