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Alice Saville writes on ideas of relatability and representation in three Vault Festival shows.
"This is a social justice issue": Maddy Costa talks to Naomi Alexander about community and participation as she relaunches Brighton People's Theatre.
"I want it too much": Kitty Drake writes on Channing Tatum's West End stripshow/phenomenon, and what it says about female sexual hunger.
As Marie Kondo fever sets in, Paula Varjack explains how her new show The Cult of K*nzo explores the performativeness of shopping.
Keep the faith: Tracey Sinclair reviews the The Letter Room's uplifting, music-filled performance about overcoming depression.
Mixed messages: Aniqah Choudhri reviews a dystopian, future-set adaptation of Brecht's political parable.
Untranslatable: Henry Gleaden writes on Jaha Koo's melancholy performance about the personal impact of South Korea's financial crisis.
The author of 'Everywoman' at Vault Festival writes on her decision to remain anonymous, and on how gender influences ideas of what counts as a 'universal' story.
Tarik Elmoutawakil, creative producer at Brighton's Marlborough Theatre, talks about creating a 'space church' for disabled, queer, trans and non-binary people of colour.
Malaprop Theatre's approach mixes big ideas with bags of quirky warmth. They talk politics, Irish theatre, and collaborative working ahead of their stint at Vault.
Playwright James Graham's Brexit telly drama was met with a storm of media fury. Here's Fergus Morgan on what it says about our expectations of drama on TV.