Heartbeats: Louise Jones writes on an intimate physical theatre dissection of a break up.
What word best describes you? Here’s Francesca Peschier’s interactive response to a one woman show about identity and loneliness.
Playing ball: Tom Moyser writes on the tense emotional back and forth of Sam Steiner’s superb new play.
Flawed heroics: Crystal Bennes writes on a conventional staging of Tchaikovsky’s Pushkin-inspired opera.
Securely knotted: Ava Wong Davies writes on Ming Ho’s intricate, site-specific exploration of British-Chinese identity.
Floating away: Ava Wong Davies writes on a lukewarm devised piece about grief and wild swimming.
Tom Moyser writes on an “exceptionally, disarmingly gentle” musical set on a tiny Scottish island.
“A strange and difficult sting”: Nicole Serratore writes on Daniel Ward’s gig-theatre story of racism and dislocation at a private school.
A day in the life: Ben Kulvichit writes on Antler’s fusion of theatrical naturalism and contemporary dance.
Panic attacks and disco tracks: Dave Fargnoli writes on a subversive dose of 80s nostalgia.
Authenticity and artifice: Tom Moyser writes on YESYESNONO’s reenactment of a plane crash.
Intimacy and honesty: Tom Moyser writes on LUNG’s investigation into the lives of young carers.
“A chocolate box of bite-sized folk tales”: Emily Davis writes on sampling 1927’s work for the first time.
Wide-eyed wonder: Lilith Wozniak writes on a nature-inspired gig theatre show.
“Love and tinsel town sleaze”: Francesca Peschier writes a country and western song in response to this solo show about music and fatherhood.