“My husband was a very famous poet,” Ka Bradley reviews Light, Ladd & Emberton’s story of Caitlin Thomas.
“Successful and infuriating”: Brendan Macdonald reviews Vanishing Point at the BAC.
The US premiere of “A Girl is a Half-formed Thing” continues the Corn Exchange’s winning streak with Eimear McBride’s scorching novel.
“And I just thought, ‘Oh, Little Bulb!'” Joy Martin sings with the whales at the BAC.
You couldn’t ask for more in this intimate conversation between a Nobel laureate and a living legend of dance, but Alvis Hermanis gives us his two cents anyways.
The act of bearing witness: Sally Hales reviews two apparently different shows at the BAC.
Trying to think outside the box: Brendan Macdonald finds Ridiculusmus’s new show a “both humorous and at times moving exploration of trauma”.
To be a man.
The rhetoric of intimacy.
The landscape of love.
An enchanting journey.
Fight the future.
Dance, dance, dance.