“Promises audience interaction, but delivers a certain amount of irritation instead.” Daniel Perks reviews the new production of a musical by Richard O’Brien and Richard Hartley.
“Crude jokes and crass analogies”: Miriam Gillinson reviews the stage adaptation of the wine-soaked film.
“Let’s kill our mummies”: Verity Healey reviews Charlotte Keatley’s work about four generations of women.
A passion for music survives and helps heal the wounds of war in Mona Golabek’s solo performance.
Jules Verne and the shrinking world.
Private lives, double lives.
Same Vanya, new clothes.
Tall tales and empty bottles.
Letters of note.