Róisín McBrinn, head of the artistic programme at Clean Break, talks to Rosemary Waugh about government cuts, vulnerable women and their latest production at The Yard in Hackney.
Not telling stories: Rosemary Waugh reviews an update of Bizet’s Carmen set in a refugee camp.
Christmas at the Inn: Rosemary Waugh reviews Antic Disposition’s Shakespeare400 production.
Rosemary Waugh tells the stories of Celebration, Florida, the town that Disney built and Celebration, Florida, the show that Greg Wohead created.
Following Tempting Failure 2016, Jonathan Boddam-Whetham discusses Sebastian Hau-Walker’s performance installation and the concept of memory theatres.
Brothers and sisters: Rosemary Waugh reviews a production of Brad Birch’s new version of Henrik Ibsen’s Enemy of the People.
You are not alone: Rosemary Waugh reviews Sam Rowe’s one-man show based on The Journals of Denton Welch.
On being rubbed out: Rosemary Waugh reviews BRONKS’ children’s show about the Beslan siege.
They said I didn’t know what I was getting myself into: Rosemary Waugh reviews Natalia Osipova & Guests at the Edinburgh International Festival.
How can nations connect through stories? Bertrand Lesca discusses Brexit and the inspiration behind EUROHOUSE, a dark comedy about the EU’s founding ideals.
Bath time: Rosemary Waugh reviews Nick Cassenbaum’s excellent show about Jewish life in London.
This is a true story (maybe): Rosemary Waugh reviews Alice Mary Cooper’s deceptively simple show at Summerhall.
Clawing at the skin: Rosemary Waugh reviews Holy Body Tattoo and Godspeed You! Black Emperor at the Edinburgh International Festival.
This is a memory play: Rosemary Waugh reviews the Edinburgh International Festival revival of the American Repertory Theater’s The Glass Menagerie.
Rage Against The Machine: Rosemary Waugh reviews the Bristol Old Vic Young Company’s latest production.