“I know you’re the boss, sir / But it’s about your lifestyle – you’re a toss-er”: Rosemary Waugh reviews Opera Project’s slightly different take on Mozart’s Don Giovanni.
And the winner is Janáček: Rosemary Waugh reviews a performance of Laura Wade’s Kreutzer Vs Kreutzer as part of a short UK tour.
Joining the circus? Rosemary Waugh runs along to Wilton’s to review a new production of Floyd Collins: The Musical.
There you go: Rosemary Waugh reviews The Plasticine Men’s new show about America and Afghanistan.
Joe Turnbull completes our series of guest reviews with Disability Arts, with Candoco Dance Company and NCA Small Theatre’s Hiraeth at the Unlimited festival in Glasgow.
The Made In Bath play made in Bristol: Rosemary Waugh reviews Dominic Hill’s ruffled up Rivals.
And the show really did go on: Rosemary Waugh reviews the relaunch of the Alma Tavern Theatre.
Joe Turnbull reviews a one-man performance about living with a stammer, as part of Exeunt’s collaboration with Disability Arts.
A sensitive showstopper: Colin Hambrook reviews the headline act of the Unlimited Festival as part of Exeunt’s collaboration with Disability Arts.
Calming cuneiform: Rosemary Waugh reviews Crick Crack Club’s performance of an epic at the British Museum.
The small things in life: Colin Hambrook continues our series of guest reviews from Disability Arts as part of the Unlimited festival.
Lucy Bell talks to Rosemary Waugh about teenage dads, making documentaries and her latest play, Pulling Out, at the Camden People’s Theatre.
Ruddy good SPAM fritters! Rosemary Waugh reviews the Wardrobe Ensemble’s wartime comedy.
Opium custard and steampunk fairytales: Nina Muehlemann reviews Jack Dean at the Unlimited Festival as part of a series of guest reviews from Disability Arts Online.
Caesar salad: Rosemary Waugh reviews John Wolfson’s depiction of a meeting between a Roman Emperor and Jesus Christ.