Dave! is entirely incomparable with anything else I’ve seen this year.
Unhinged Creations’ production of Phantom Pain carries heavy themes: grief, mental illness, violence in relationships, and obsession.
20 Stories High Young Actors Theatre Company’s Tales from the MP3 is an original and dynamic production.
Written by Stephen Scheurer–Smith, the imaginatively titled Chrysalis opens with a guitarist strumming a folky melody.
Boosters is a one-woman show documenting individuals’ various experiences with the prison system.
With slick ensemble work and sinisterly twinkling live music, Les Enfants Terribles are back at the Fringe once more with Ernest and the Pale Moon, a chilling account of a man’…
Former Royal Court writer Nick Cassenbaum’s new play, 1 Green Bottle, bets big.
The older-man-meets-younger-girl premise might have been done - and done well - with An Education, but with its delicate narrative, Nottingham New Theatre’s Queen B shows that …
Trapped in a telephone operator job in 1940s Sydney, Grace dreams of an elsewhere.
Backstage in Biscuitland is the charmingly titled tour around the world of Jess Thom who has Tourette’s Syndrome.
Blackout, written by Mark Jeary, is a compilation of several real life accounts of alcoholism which discusses both the addiction and recovery process.
“Death is very inconsiderate.
FYSA Theatre brings us The 56, a show created from the testimonies of three individuals’ experiences of the Bradford City Fire of 1985, and an honest, respectful tribute to the 5…
Crazy Glue, Single Shoe Productions’ wordless whirl back to the 1930s, has an intriguing premise.
An insight into the online lives of six teenagers, Chatroom displays a parent’s worst imagining of how online communication can escalate.