Panic attacks and disco tracks: Dave Fargnoli writes on a subversive dose of 80s nostalgia.
Greasepaint and glitter: Dave Fargnoli writes on the dystopian kitsch of Nick Field’s solo performance.
“This show does not make sense”: Dave Fargnoli writes on The Outbound Project’s devised exploration of collective psychosis.
Mushrooming ideas: Dave Fargnoli writes on a fungi-inspired exploration of climate change.
An act of remembering: Luca Rutherford’s intimate performance serves up anecdotes about transience and freshly baked sourdough.
Truth or Dare: Dave Fargnoli writes on an intimate, myth-inspired exploration of gender by Kopfkino.
Nihilistic optimism: Dave Fargnoli writes on a play set on the eve of a new millennium.
Closures, consolidation, and restructuring: Dave Fargnoli reviews a re-fashioning of John Dryden’s Aureng-zebe.
The need to be understood: Dave Fargnoli reviews Tim Cowbury’s new play about seeking asylum and being lost in translation.
Social housing, not social cleansing: Dave Fargnoli reviews LUNG’s piece of documentary theatre on the fight against gentrification in Newham.
A one man, one chair, one pint show: Dave Fargnoli reviews Danny Mellor’s play about the Miners’ Strike and its aftermath.
A very British octopus: Dave Fargnoli reviews Afsaneh Gray’s multi-limbed look at our multicultural nation(s).
Dave Fargnoli reviews a show with a nice message, but a bit of a jumbled format.
Why do we push ourselves? Dave Fargnoli reviews triathlete Hannah Nicklin’s journey into the answer.
Bleary, leary and blurred: Dave Fargnoli reviews an earlier work by Gary Owen, set in Bridgend.