‘A boiling down of the complex and beautiful into something more prosaic’: Lauren Mooney writes on a musical adaptation of the cult film about a dysfunctional family road trip.
‘Something strange and wild emerges from familiar architecture’: Lauren Mooney reviews Annie Jenkins’ impressive debut play about female friendship.
Counting the cost of love: Lauren Mooney reviews Haley McGee’s ‘consistently hilarious and hypnotically honest’ solo show
‘Let’s talk about speaking’: Lauren Mooney writes on Sue MacLaine Company’s new show, inspired by the practice of Anchoritism.
Shakespeare as party: Lauren Mooney writes on a fantastically warm, welcoming opener to Kwame Kwei-Armah’s reign at the Young Vic.
Double act: Danielle Ward’s debut play follows two female comedians in an industry that pits women against each other.
Lauren Mooney reviews Katy Dye’s debut show about ‘a cultural sexualisation of youth and innocence.’
Life-saving warmth: Lauren Mooney on Tom Wells’ heartfelt tale of teenagers and sychronised swimming.
Meaningful and lovely: Laura Wade’s exploration of ’50s domesticity swells into something surprisingly heartfelt.
Charming, inventive and beautiful: Lauren Mooney reviews the return of a WWI-set Peter Pan to the Open Air Theatre.
A surefire festive treat: Lauren Mooney reviews the return of Margery Williams’s Velveteen Rabbit to the Unicorn Theatre.
A living funeral: Lauren Mooney on Victoria Melody’s “staggeringly beautiful” show, made in collaboration with her Dad.
Lauren Mooney explores the fraught business of booking a tour, and the glaring power imbalance between venues and freelance artists.
Lovely in the purest sense of the word: Lauren Mooney reviews Zoe Cooper’s fresh and exciting love story.
The horrible world of wellness: Lauren Mooney on Daniella Isaacs’ blistering one woman show about clean living.