Going for a dip: Sarah Milton’s solo show dives deep into one woman’s relationship with swimming.
Francesca Peschier discovers polyamory and queer domesticity in a current-feeling revival of Kevin Elyot’s 1982 play.
Combines humour and pathos: Ed Clark reviews the 25th anniversary production of Paul Boakye’s Boy With Beer.
The pursuit of knowledge: Brendan Macdonald reviews Ron Elisha’s biographical play about Wittgenstein’s later years.
Brendan Macdonald reviews “a play that is as finely detailed as the figurines which inspired it.”
“We’ve tried to appeal to a number of specific audiences: queer, theatrical ‘insiders’ and cabaret lovers”. Simon Arrowsmith and John Myatt from Broken Cabaret talk about their new musical Something Something Lazarus, and about the web of transmedia storytelling they’ve spun around it.
Peter Darney’s verbatim play has far more to say than the chemsex headlines.
Bad fan fiction.
A threnody to dividedness.
Including the London premiere of Denial.
Steven Berkoff’s comedy of anxiety.
Rob Hayes’ striking new play is re-housed.