The magic in myth-making: Gillian Greer reviews a new play about growing old together.
Jazz hands and bananas: Gillian Greer reviews the play based on Joseph Moncure March’s poem.
When Frankenstein met Shakespeare: Sally Hales reviews a ‘dystopian pastiche’ at the Hope Theatre.
On a dull, dark and soundless day, Amy Borsuk finds herself in view of the melancholy House of Usher.
“Unpicking the image of the British seaside towns”: Gillian Greer reviews Lucy Catherine’s new work.
William Howard goes down to the bunker to review Tales Retold’s production.
Verity Healey reviews Andrew Maddock’s latest play in which “the writing is rich with alliteration and a joy to hear, never mind see.”
A phantasmagoria of oddity and charm.
A deluge of voices.
The breaking of things.
The night before the morning after.
Deepening the debate.