There’s no use crying: Kate Wyver reviews Ross Dunsmore’s debut play about love and food.
The sleech and the sounds and the silt: Katherine Kavanagh reviews Matt Regan’s conjuring of Belfast.
Urgent, feminist, mouthy and angry: Duška Radosavljević reviews AJ Taudevin’s gig-theatre show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
The concept of trust: Kate Wyver reviews Rob Drummond’s part-theatre part-gameshow attempt at finding love.
Undermining our comfort: Nicole Serratore reviews the RSC’s anger-minimising production of Alice’s Birch’s play.
Intense and claustrophobic: Jafar Iqbal reviews Matthew Wilkinson’s play about a grieving architect.
When Eric met Rose: Nicole Serratore reviews a nostalgia-driven play with songs that’s more songs than play.