Nicole Serratore reviews Thomas Ostermeierâ€™s glitter cannon and percussion-heavy production of Richard III.
The post-apocalyptic planet: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews Ontroerend Goed’s new work.
A thoroughly uplifting apocalyptic show: David Ralf reviews DugOut’s latest play.
Raw and honest: Chris White reviews Theatre Temoin’s production about young homeless people.
â€œAll I want is a hug,â€: Nicole Serratore reviews Phoebe Eclair-Powell’s play about two lonely teenagers.
Porcelain statues and shady antique dealers: Fergus Morgan reviews ShÃ´n Dale-Jones’s one-man show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ meets Cirrus the shepherd dog at the Royal Botanic Garden’s annual offering of children’s theatre.
Portraits of resilience: Fergus Morgan reviews Kai Fischer’s show at the Assembly Hall.
Urgent, feminist, mouthy and angry: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews AJ Taudevin’s gig-theatre show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Exile in Zone 5: Lauren Mooney reviews Annie Siddons’s show about motherhood and loneliness.
This show should be prescribed on the NHS. Review by DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡.
Intergalatic space goddesses and toddlers in pink princess dresses: Alice Saville reviews RashDash.
Life in the aquarium: Chris White reviews a show about friendship and fishes.
Dolphins and swimmers: Nicole Serratore reviews David Ralfe’s show about supporting someone with an eating disorder.
The fragments that make up a woman: Lauren Mooney reviews Bea Roberts’ retelling of Flaubert’s Madame Bovary.