Rituals of remembrance: Argentinian artist Lola Arias’ exploration of the Falklands War comes to York.
A brilliant tongue in cheek look at the life of a woman in the 1800s: Louise Jones reviews Sara Pascoe’s version of Jane Austen.
Lively, non-stop and irreverent: Louise Jones reviews the HandleBards high energy take on As You Like It.
A wealth of variety and charm: Louise Jones review On the Wire’s From Shore to Shore.
Our lady in York (Louise Jones) reviews Our Man in Havana – in text messages.
Purposeful, stylish and clearly defined: Adam Bruce falls in love with Deborah McAndrew’s adaptation of Anne Brontë 1848 novel.
Keeping heads above water: Louise Jones reviews Sandi Toksvig’s play about care home residents trying to escape a flood.
Don’t be put off by the doilies: Louise Jones reviews Philip Meeks’ play about Agatha Christie and Margaret Rutherford.
A satisfying sense of dissatisfaction: Louise Jones reviews Box of Tricks’ production of Narvik.
A genuine, organic sense of energy: Adam Bruce finds Sunny Afternoon to be more than your average jukebox musical.
Short, bright and entertaining: Adam Bruce reviews the RSC’s production of The Tempest for younger audiences.
Catching glimpses of illicit courtship: Louise Jones reviews an immersive version of The Great Gatsby in York.
Mary Shelley is Frankenstein: Louise Jones reviews a promenade performance in York that rethinks Mary Shelley and her famous creation.
Louise Jones reviews a production of Henry Naylor’s Iraq War play which makes the most of silence and spotlights.
Louise Jones reviews the J.B. Priestley play that’s still a good distraction from “the state of Europe for an hour or two”.