Poignant depths and comedic shallows: Joy Martin reviews two aquatic tales of loneliness and longing.
Talking out your ass: Joy Martin on a critic-baiting performance by ZoÃ« Coombs Marr, Ursula Martinez and Adrienne Truscott.
‘Lushly, transportingly poetic…’ Joy Martin has her heart broken at Luke Wright’s powerful solo performance.
Joy Martin reviews a beautifully constructed homage to Dorothy Parker.
Rich, sparkly, deep, intricate: Joy Martin reviews Binge Culture’s interactive headphone adventure around The Meadows.
Joy Martin writes a review/fan letter to the author of an ingeniously layered exploration of the creative process.
The sound of songbirds: Joy Martin reviews Theatre by the Lake’s Christmas show.
Joy Martin encounters “raw ideas shining through unsanded edges”, eardrum-bursting walls of sound, and a whole lot of fun at the Cambridge Junction’s one day live art fest.
“And I just thought, â€˜Oh, Little Bulb!'” Joy Martin sings with the whales at the BAC.
RashDash’s dazzling alternative panto.
This bird has flown.
Joy Martin reflects on the theatre of comedy, as performed by Sofie Hagen, Mark Dean Quinn, James Acaster and Stewart Lee..
The roof under our feet.
We visit Birmingham’s annual festival of new European Theatre.