The interplay between light and movement: Rachel Elderkin reviews a collection of early works by Russell Maliphant.
The frog at the bottom of the well: Corrie Tan reviews Howard Barker’s In The Depths of Dead Love.
From Middle-earth to a new beginning: B. L. Sherrington reviews Simon Usher’s version of The Tempest.
“It gets you in the pit of your stomach.” Verity Healey reviews Conor Lovett’s performance as part of Beckett in London.
All about the money.
Waiting for their turn.
Music, love and light.
Making peace with language.
A dark dance.
Something not quite right.
The waiting game.
Long day’s journey.
A smaller splash.
UK premiere of a play by Howard Barker.
Those wonderful people out there in the dark.