Scratching an itch: Brendan Macdonald reviews Brad Birch’s play about explosive truths.
Brendan Macdonald reviews “a play that is as finely detailed as the figurines which inspired it.”
Playing it (very) safe: Brendan Macdonald reviews just another staging of Ayckbourn.
Brendan Macdonald reviews “Catherine-Anne Toupin’s superb psychological thriller/comedy.”
Despite its precipitous location, Tabitha Mortiboy’s play feels surprisingly safe.
Honesty and theatricality combine in Mark Lockyer’s solo performance.
“What sort of love is this love that we have for countries?” Brendan Macdonald reviews Kali Theatre’s latest production.
“Coping. With sex. With loss. With each other”: Brendan Macdonald reviews Jack Thorne’s work.
Brendan Macdonald finds much to exclaim about in Welcome Home, Captain Fox!
Kathryn Hunter is “sheer magnetism” in a performance that far outshines the rest of the cast.
“His mantra is a praise for life, a real eulogy.”
You need to take responsibility for your actions: Brendan Macdonald reviews Keith Huff’s new work.
“The premise of Lyle Kessler’s Orphans is as straightforward as a straitjacket escape.”
Alternative universes and creme brûlée combine in David Lindsay-Abaire’s journey through grief.
“An absurdist and comedic exploration of etymological entanglements.” Brendan Macdonald reviews Karis Halsall’s work-in-progress.