Lasting impressions: Farah Najib writes on Lanre Malaolu’s ‘joyful and hard-hitting’ choreographic interrogation of Black masculinity.
Destruction and ruin: Farah Najib reviews Cordelia Lynn’s bleak, mud-strewn story of a relationship.
‘Poetic lyricism and joyful irreverence’: Farah Najib writes on Jasmine Lee-Jones solo show, a personal excavation of the erasure of Black creatives through history.
‘Sucked into the void’: Farah Najib writes on Diane Page’s revival of Athol Fugard’s dense, challenging play that skewers racial injustice.
An assault on the emotions: Farah Najib gets swept up in the outrageously feel-good world of Emma Rice’s latest show.
Searching for a unicorn: Farah Najib writes on Kim Scopes’ playful show, which explores and celebrates experiences of bisexuality.
Connection is a form of rebellion: Farah Najib reviews Amanda Wilkin’s Verity Bargate Award-winning exploration of loneliness and healing.
Animal studies: Farah Najib delights in the perfectly-observed performances of National Youth Theatre’s farm-based fable.
“Noisy, shiny, theatrical chaos”: Farah Najib immerses herself in the youth-led finale of Royal Court’s online series.
Farah Najib reflects on the impact of school closures on kids, and on what theatres can do to reach children in lockdown.