The contemporary confessional: Hannah Greenstreet reviews Claire Gaydon’s Youtuber show.
Sleight of hand: Vincent Gambini’s magic show is an exploration of political deception.
Inclusive dance: this kids’ show by Indepen-dance 4 is full of grace and harmony.
Endangered rhinos: a mother and a daughter duo have created this show about a species in peril.
Flowerpot-humping flair: Valentijn Dhaenens impersonates a politician in his surreal new show.
Duska Radosavljevic writes on a kids’ show where “natural, mythical and comical creatures morph into each other with as little as a wave of a pen.”
A chorus and a sisterhood: Hannah Greenstreet on Nouveau Riché’s poetic exploration of misogynoir.
A surfeit of bluster: Tom Moyser writes on an overblown homage to Lovecraft.
Both old-fashioned and futuristic: Lilith Wozniak writes on an atmospheric staging of Samuel Butler’s 19th century science fiction novel.
Gentle and gently devastating: Hannah Greenstreet writes on Jessica Butcher’s exploration of a mother-daughter relationship.
There is a serious gap in the magic circle regarding Slytherin representation: Francesca Peschier reviews a show by the Sherlock Holmes of magicians.
One woman and an elf: Rosemary Waugh reviews a Finnish play about the sauna.
A conversation: Brendan Macdonald reviews Ad Infinitum’s new show about fatherhood.
Unmoored: Crystal Bennes reviews a play loosely based on Hopscotch by Julio Cortázar.
Flight is a ‘perfectly programmed high-art theme park ride.’