Night sweats: In Bed With My Brother’s exhilarating show mixes rave energy with political fury.
“Call me Daddy”: Hannah Greenstreet writes on Leyla Josephine’s drag king show about fatherhood.
An act of remembering: Luca Rutherford’s intimate performance serves up anecdotes about transience and freshly baked sourdough.
Genuine queasiness: Ava Wong Davies writes on Lucy McCormick’s uncomfortable follow-up to Triple Threat.
“Sex is an exclamation mark”: Emily Davis writes on Louise Orwin’s startling exploration of female sexuality.
Sorry, not sorry: Alice Saville writes on Caroline Horton’s unapologetically, triumphantly bleak narrative of depression and death.
Truth or Dare: Dave Fargnoli writes on an intimate, myth-inspired exploration of gender by Kopfkino.
Full-on horror: Hannah Greenstreet writes on Meghan Tyler’s narrative of two vengeful sisters in Northern Ireland.
Dancing revolutions: Nicole Serratore writes on a moving exploration of dance, self-expression and friendship.
Nihilistic optimism: Dave Fargnoli writes on a play set on the eve of a new millennium.
Tea and sibling rivalry: Miss Cackle and Miss Hardbroom – aka Alice Saville and Hannah Greenstreet – report on Cackle’s Academy’s school production.
Star power: Alice Saville writes on Idris Elba and Kwame Kwei-Armah’s South Africa-set immersive show.
Francesca Peschier has a conversation over voice notes with one of her very patient friends about technology, form, and what a very clever play about the Luddite rebellion can teach us about breaking the frame.
Beyond nostalgia: Alice Saville writes on a nuanced musical about a lost 1973 gay bar.
Say cheese: Ben Kulvichit reviews Tuyen Do’s finely wrought domestic drama, the first Vietnamese-British play to be seen on a UK stage.