Apricot bloomers and leeches: Rosemary Waugh reviews Impermanence Dance Theatre’s night at Kings Weston House.
The relentless march of progress: Louise Jones reviews The Machine Stops at York Theatre Royal.
When niceness is greatness: Rosemary Waugh reviews Igor and Moreno’s jumping, jumping, jumping at Mayfest 2016.
Danielle Tarento has sent an entire blogosphere spinning down a giant internet rabbit hole after she suggested that online writers lack the “intellectual background” to criticise theatre. We asked blogger Amy Taylor to respond.
Cookie crumbs: Rosemary Waugh reviews Sabrina Mahfouz’s play about abortion and miscarriage.
“The plague-infected soil of lies!” Blair Hunter-Coleridge reviews Hugh Bonneville in Christopher Hampton’s version of Ibsen.
“My husband was a very famous poet,” Ka Bradley reviews Light, Ladd & Emberton’s story of Caitlin Thomas.
Smashing the preserving jar: Rosemary Waugh reviews Emma Rice’s directorial debut at the Globe.
Opera? Football? We’re all there for the same reasons.
Poisoning Pigeons in the Park: Ed Clark reviews Adam Kay’s tribute to Tom Lehrer
“A clear statement is being offered by this production about visibility and diversity through a play which satirises the maintenance of power.”
Rosemary Waugh talks to Greg Wohead about ideas of reconstruction and replication, and his “haunted” performance ‘Comeback Special’.
Spray-painted skulls in the palace: Paapa Essiedu’s superb portrayal of a precocious Prince of Denmark.
From staging theatre in a greasy spoon café to bringing the people out onto the streets of Lancashire, Josh Coates tells us why it really isn’t grim up north.
Living for the weekend: Will Howard reviews Jim Cartwright’s latest work at Trafalgar Studios 2.