Ringing hollow: Louise Jones writes on the subtleties lost in adaptation in Out of Joint and Royal and Derngate’s co-production of Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel.
Singing her song: Louise Jones reviews Emma Geraghty’s solo show exploring fatness and queerness through music.
Hanging up his wig: Louise Jones writes on the 40th and final panto helmed by legendary York dame Berwick Kaler.
A broad brush: Louise Jones finds this adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel yields uneven results.
‘Joy in solidarity’: Louise Jones writes on Phoenix Dance Theatre’s celebration of the human stories of the Windrush generation.
Louise Jones submits her examination paper for Jonathan Lewis’ play. (And promises she didn’t cheat.)
Chrysalis-like: Louise Jones reviews Natasha Marshall’s semi-autobiographical solo show
Like stumbling over poetry written as a lovelorn teen: Louise Jones reviews Metta Theatre’s adaptation of the underwater fairytale
Rituals of remembrance: Argentinian artist Lola Arias’ exploration of the Falklands War comes to York.
A brilliant tongue in cheek look at the life of a woman in the 1800s: Louise Jones reviews Sara Pascoe’s version of Jane Austen.
Lively, non-stop and irreverent: Louise Jones reviews the HandleBards high energy take on As You Like It.
A wealth of variety and charm: Louise Jones review On the Wire’s From Shore to Shore.
Our lady in York (Louise Jones) reviews Our Man in Havana – in text messages.
Purposeful, stylish and clearly defined: Adam Bruce falls in love with Deborah McAndrew’s adaptation of Anne Brontë 1848 novel.
Keeping heads above water: Louise Jones reviews Sandi Toksvig’s play about care home residents trying to escape a flood.