Rain, sun, cloud: Lily Levinson reviews a letter-based performance that revisits the blurry days of lockdown.
Thrusting hope in our faces: Lily Levinson writes on watching Pecs Drag Kings’ Christmas show on election night.
A medicine cabinet of wonders: Lily Levinson writes on the themes of sickness and disease that fill Rebecca Frecknall’s take on Webster’s tragedy.
Housed in a former mirror factory, The Big House works with at-risk young people to make theatre that reflects their experiences. Lily Levinson talks to the participants in their new performance, 1st Luv.
‘Shakespearean civil war as Tarantino-esque entertainment’: Lily Levinson writes on Sean Holmes and Ilinca Radulian’s action-packed double-bill of history plays.
‘a steady throb like the sound of your heart beat in the bath’: Lily Levinson writes on Ava Wong Davies’ lyrical exploration of a relationship between a daughter and her estranged mother.
‘It looks like mending, in a way’: Lily Levinson writes on Abigail Boucher and Carolyn Defrin’s dance theatre performance exploring intimacy and activism.
Pass it on: Lily Levinson writes on Natalie Mitchell’s kind-hearted play about OCD and teen relationships.
‘Spit in my face’: Lily Levinson writes on Polly Wiseman’s new play that imagines a meeting between Valerie Solanas and Nico.
Typical?: Lily Levinson writes on Ryan Cameron Calais’s monologue, which explores the devastating consequences of institutional racism.
Lily Levinson writes on the seismic generational divides in Romania’s theatre scene, and the embattled political companies that are fighting for change.