Karla is throwing a surprise birthday party for her husband Max with their closest friends.
Boys will be boys, but their parents are not much better.
Imagine an operatic version of the Scottish Play set amongst an African baboon troop and you’ll have a vague idea of what ‘The Okavango Macbeth’ is like.
It’s rare that, at the close of a play, I’m still anxious to follow its characters around, still curious about their lives and where they lead but after the uproarious, somewhat ab…
What do you do when your husband decides to take another wife? Well, if you live in Saudi Arabia, where men are legally permitted up to four wives, there’s not much you can do.
Ageing is something that transforms us all on the outside and on the inside, but the whole process is much worse if you happen to be a woman.
John Osbourne’s classic Look Back in Anger is one of those plays which should probably come with a health warning for people with high blood pressure and a family history of hear…
‘The Canty Hole’ might sound a bit rude to modern ears but it’s actually the title of a Robert Fergusson poem about Edinburgh.
The real star of this show sits outside throughout the performance.
Theatre is a sinful pastime and washing with hot water an extravagant luxury, so think yourselves lucky not to have been born in 19th century rural France.
Richard Dedomenici’s winning comic formula combines silly games, fake songs, satirical mashups, topical pranks and bad gags.
Dot Howard’s entrance doesn’t come until right at the end of the show, which is exactly what you’d expect to happen in a show entitled How to Avoid Making an Entrance of Your…
Genesis /Golgotha brings together the stories of Eve - first woman on Earth - and Jesus of Nazareth in two complementary monologues.
Kate and Alex are a brother and sister with a story to tell.
How could you not love a play in which a giant white centaur becomes separated from its backside after its umbrella is struck by lightning? Ridiculous and absurd from beginning to …
It’s 5:40am by the clock on the office wall and Gordon Brown has some secrets to share before his first governmental meeting of the day.
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