I Wanna Be Like You: Brendan Macdonald reviews Rhum and Clay’s locker room show about masculinity.
Style, innovation, and intelligence: Brendan Macdonald reviews Kandinsky’s Still Ill and discusses how the work has developed since its debut at Incoming festival.
“Finds great insight in the mundane practicalities of suffering and tragedy”: Gillian Greer reviews Ella Carmen Greenville’s Plastic Figurines.
Taking each day: Sophie Baggott reviews a poignant new play about recovering from paralysis.
It just wasn’t like the old days anymore: Brendan Macdonald explores Kandinsky Theatre’s work-in-progress about Conversion Disorder at Incoming Festival.
Cavemen tendencies: Daniel Perks reviews Oli Forsyth’s play about the complex inner world of boxing.
A silky-voiced estate agent: Daniel Perks reviews SoundBoxed Collective’s worship of The Karen.
“Modern myths and fairytales”: Sally Hales reviews James Fritz’s one-woman exploration of the so-called perfect couple, as part of Incoming Festival.
A box-filled bildungsroman: Brendan Macdonald reviews The Human Zoo’s performance at Incoming Festival.
“Not enough science for it to be science-driven and not enough character for it to be character-driven.” Catherine Love reviews Idle Motion’s tale of space travel.
Engineer Theatre Collective’s new work is “full of posturing, privilege, and some really quite charming social awkwardness.”
Contemporary, but still a classic.
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