An absurdity rooted in real life: Brendan Macdonald reviews the staging of three works by B.S. Johnson.
“Because I want to be rich!” Holly O’Mahony reviews Carmen Nasr’s new work about the inequality underpinning Dubai.
Radical themes that still reverberate today: Neil Dowden reviews the first revival of an early Howard Brenton work since 1973.
The American Dream: Daniel Perks reviews Alix Sobler’s new play at the Finborough Theatre.
Youth and aging: Amelia Forsbrook reviews the National Youth Theatre’s The Fall.
Before the panda-loving, social-media-acclaimed hunk: Brendan Macdonald reviews Michael Healey’s political play about pre-Trudeau Canada.
Enlightenment and entitlement: Rosemary Waugh reviews Amy Ng’s debut full-length play at the Finborough Theatre.
A different type of politician: Gillian Greer reviews the European premiere of a play about the parents of the Canadian Prime Minister.
Promised kingdoms: Verity Healey reviews Athena Stevens’ work at the Finborough Theatre.
“Feels less like drama and more like a dissertation.”
“I’m rambling, you’re drunk, nobody’s talking” – the silent weight of male depression hangs over Daniel Foxsmith’s new play.
Star-crossed lovers in an artificial reality.
Death of the British Dream.
A thing unearthed.
Entertaining the troops.