The After-Dinner Joke

The After-Dinner Joke

The After-Dinner Joke doesn’t quite land. 

Prometheus Bound (Io’s Version)

Prometheus Bound (Io’s Version)

Prometheus Bound (Io’s Version) finds itself in a double bind. 

Green Knight

Green Knight

Where are the knights of yesteryear? A masterclass in barebones storytelling, Debbie Cannon’s one-woman Green Knight has us spellbound. 

Poems on Gender

Poems on Gender

Nuance is hard to find at the Fringe. 

Truth/Reconciliation

Truth/Reconciliation

When flyered for Matthew Gouldesbrough’s new play Truth / Reconciliation, I was told I could expect “serious theatre” from the Elegy group. 

Almost Instinct Almost True

Almost Instinct Almost True

How to remember the hermit of Hull? Almost Instinct, Almost True may refuse us anabsolute answer, but with moments of lyricism, connection and surprising political relevance, it as… 

Let's Try Gay

Let's Try Gay

The Edinburgh Fringe may have a porn addiction. 

Olives and Blowjobs

Olives and Blowjobs

You’d be forgiven for raising an eyebrow at the provocative title Olives and Blowjobs at Space Triplex. 

Hungry

Hungry

The Fringe is nearing its close, but do you have space for more? Chris Bush’s bittersweet Hungry is serving up a Fringe hit. 

We Were Promised Honey!

We Were Promised Honey!

Who is making theatre like YESYESNONO? The Manchester-based company is back with an immersive, story-telling experience. 

Room – A Room of One's Own

Room – A Room of One's Own

Adaptation can do more than reproduce.