As Jon Brittain’s Rotterdam transfers to the West End, Amy Borsuk explores the pain at the heart of this transgender story.
Before the panda-loving, social-media-acclaimed hunk: Brendan Macdonald reviews Michael Healey’s political play about pre-Trudeau Canada.
Befuddled narratives: Seth Simons reviews Pop Up Theatric’s performance in New York’s Financial District.
Seeking sanctuary: Ben Monks reviews a work created by refugees that displays “humour, resilience, and unwavering courage”.
Love and friendship: Tim Bano reviews Harry Potter And The Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre.
Wandering through the American Dream: Sarah Matusek reviews an immersive promenade piece about the many faces of America.
Gillian Greer reviews the play that took fifteen minutes to watch with a review that took fifteen minutes to write.
The pursuit of knowledge: Brendan Macdonald reviews Ron Elisha’s biographical play about Wittgenstein’s later years.
Assigning blame: Todd Backus reviews a play inspired by the life of political cartoonist Victor Weisz, as part of the Potomac Theatre Project’s new season.
It’s no use crying over spilt milk: Nisha Ramayya reviews Franko B’s new work as part of the Certain Blacks Festival.
Child’s play: Louise Jones reviews Theatre Ad Infinitum’s devised work.
Bleary, leary and blurred: Dave Fargnoli reviews an earlier work by Gary Owen, set in Bridgend.
‘I’m a bride of Christ, not Mrs Superstar!’: Fergus Morgan reviews the Bible, according to Andrew Lloyd Webber.
“Who will help me put the past out of the present?”: Chris McCormack reviews a new work about the pioneering Irish designer, Eileen Gray.
“Something has to give”: David Ralf reviews the UK premiere of C!RCA’s new show at Latitude.