“Words in lieu of touch”: Brendan Macdonald reviews Charlotte Hamblin’s new work at the Tristan Bates Theatre.
Aftershock and rehabilitation: Brendan Macdonald reviews Chips Hardy’s study of war.
“It’s difficult to talk about a piece of theatre when it’s not theatre anymore but a documentary.” Lauren Mooney reviews Rebecca Crookshank’s autobiographical work.
Science and ethics.
To die on stage.
A grisly love poem.
The dogs of war.
A potent double bill.
Suffused with a quiet melancholy.
Dense with detail.
Soaked in nostalgia.
You rang, M’Lord?