Down memory lane: Hoipolloi’s last entry in their Loose Change Trilogy features Shôn Dale-Jones’ alter-ego and reconstructed memories of his late father.
A mushrooming community: Ava Wong Davies writes on the intimacy and kindness of the works at this year’s instalment of performance art fest SPILL.
I get it, finally: Jackie Montague has a revelatory evening with Ramps on the Moon’s revival of The Who’s Tommy
From Nick Cave to ‘It’s Raining Men’, Red Rose Chain’s outdoor Shakespeare has it all.
“I think Siddons and I are neighbours, it feels that close to home.” Jackie Montague reviews Annie Siddons’s autobiographical show at PULSE 16.
A rightly reclaimed martyrdom: Jackie Montague reviews Lucy Jane Parkinson’s performance as part of PULSE 16.
In search of missing monsters: Miriam Gillinson reviews Nel Crouch and Bucket Club’s production at PULSE 16.
“A clear statement is being offered by this production about visibility and diversity through a play which satirises the maintenance of power.”
“It’s 1959 and the American dream is a lie”: Jackie Montague reviews the timely revival of Lorraine Hansberry’s work.
Getting the gang back together.
Ipswich by the sea.
Trash and competition.