Fergus Morgan finds “frankness and honesty” in Paula Varjack’s show about trying to make a living as an artist.
“This is not the day to feel joy, but it is exactly the day to be joyous.” Mary Halton listens to six stories by migrants at the BAC.
“I am not a victim. I am a survivor.” Daniel Perks reviews a play based on the lives of inmates at HMP Low Newton.
“Bright and dazzling daftness”: Gillian Greer reviews Little Bulb’s lighting up of the BAC’s new outdoor space.
Nobody mention the python in the corner: Gillian Greer reviews LUNG’s documentary theatre version of the Chilcot Inquiry.
“I need you to fall.”: Ka Bradley reviews Lost Dog’s return to the Battersea Art’s Centre.
An infected review of Shannon Yee’s binaural show, charting her recovery from a rare brain infection.
Will Adamsdale’s alter-ego is back in business.
Page to stage.
Let the game begin.
An invitation to think.
Galvanising, vital, disruptive.
A bit like being in love.
All that we see or seem.