It’s hard to attend a performance of Footloose without bringing pre-conceived notions with you.
Despite the off-putting title, a visit to Urinetown is well-worth your time especially when it is performed with as much enthusiasm and gumption as LIPA’s rousing production.
A Thread is a fitting title for Jean Abreu and Elisa Bracket’s collaborative dance piece.
To the world-weary theatre goer it can seem like there is always another new production of Romeo and Juliet being performed somewhere, somehow.
“No one dreams of becoming an Usher!” Cry the desperate stars of Ushers: The Front Of House Musical, as they face up to yet another night of flogging ice creams and programmes …
When your first thought after being diagnosed with a chronic kidney disorder is ‘I wonder how long it will be until this is funny?’, you have officially passed The Bravery Test…
Watching The Ghost Of Twin Oaks is like going to see a school play because your kid is in it and then realising your kid’s actually not in it, but by then it’s too late to leav…
Anyone who has ever sat in the backseat of the car waiting to go on holiday will instantly recognise the opening scene of Leaving Iowa, Lake Norman High School’s charming if slig…
Hide And Seek is a production very much grounded in physical theatre; spoken dialogue is used sparingly and the show’s beautifully emotive soundtrack is only interrupted by pre-r…
Split between two comedians, Over It aims to lift the curtain on the taboo subjects of death and anorexia through the medium of laughter - and it kind of works.
As a huge Angela Carter fan, I had high hopes for Big Shoes Theatre Company’s production of The Company of Wolves.
The title of My Village and Other Aliens is perhaps the best part of this rather awkward one man show.
A clockwork prostitute, two murdering music hall hags and a Siamese twin who eats his own brother; welcome to the weird and not so wonderful world of Green Stag Youth Theatre’s p…
Every so often, if you’re lucky, there comes a production that is so new, so fresh, so exciting it takes your breath away.
There’s nowhere to hide in the Urban Fox Theatre Company’s production of Globophobia.
If you were asked to describe how you dream, what would you say? Keep this mind when deciding whether or not Snooze, a free performance by the Chimaera Theatre Company, is somethin…
For a change of scenery and a breath of fresh air look no further than Pirates and Mermaids, Poorboy Theatre’s arresting take on love, life and the meaning of home.
Before Alice became Alice in Wonderland, she was simply Alice in Upper-Class-Victorian-Oxfordland, a stiflingly boring place to be, full of mean classmates, stressed governesses, b…
Imagine trying to explain the plot of the Lord Of The Rings to someone using only the names of characters.
‘Who are the witches now?’ asks Caryl Churchill’s feminist play on witch-hunts and finger pointing in 17th century England.
Three sisters sit in a shop dressing room trying to find the perfect dress.
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