Unfolding ambition: Ava Wong Davies writes on Burnt Lemon’s densely packed new gig theatre piece.
Sisterly love: Hannah Greenstreet writes that Charley Miles’ sibling narrative rings true.
Young masters: Poltergeist Theatre’s performance is an entertaining rampage through an art gallery.
Giving me fever: Ava Wong Davies writes on a performance that complicates ideas of female mass hysteria.
Do you really see me? Hannah Greenstreet writes on The Queer House’s double bill of autobiographical performances.
Feminist joy: Alice Saville writes on Gina Moxley’s intergenerational exploration of female desire.
Worm in the big apple: Alice Saville writes on Mirenka Cechova’s rapped performance about life as an immigrant in New York city.
Jet set go: Hannah Greenstreet writes on Stef Smith’s narrative of two air hostesses whose friendship is in flux.
A theatrical thought experiment: Ben Kulvichit writes on Milo Rau’s discomfiting meditation on a murder.
True crimes: Nicole Serratore writes on a performance about the Yorkshire Ripper manhunt which aims to centre women.
Mushrooming ideas: Dave Fargnoli writes on a fungi-inspired exploration of climate change.
Night sweats: In Bed With My Brother’s exhilarating show mixes rave energy with political fury.
“Call me Daddy”: Hannah Greenstreet writes on Leyla Josephine’s drag king show about fatherhood.
An act of remembering: Luca Rutherford’s intimate performance serves up anecdotes about transience and freshly baked sourdough.
Genuine queasiness: Ava Wong Davies writes on Lucy McCormick’s uncomfortable follow-up to Triple Threat.