2012 marks the 200th anniversary of Robert Browning’s birth, and Julian Lopez-Morillas solo performance honours the occasion with a presentation depicting one of the greatest roman…
A cast of eight reinterpret The Yellow Wallpaper, Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s 19th century short story, which is a collection of journal entries written by a woman whose physician…
As Piers Fawcett lies ill in hospital suffering from AIDS, he receives a visit from his best friend Tom.
This new and contemporary chamber opera from Royal Opera House composer Martin Ward and librettist Phil Porter of the RSC tells the story of Farquar Quimpugh, a world-renowned expe…
They say that two heads are better than one, and two bodies certainly are in this poignant two-part interpretation of Deborah Hay’s score I Think Not performed by two different sol…
A solitary woman is waiting for her husband to return from home.
The classic tale that is Hamlet has been reborn into a contemporary musical and it tries to be a lively fun-filled show.
This egg-cellent production of George Stiles and Anthony Drewe’s Olivier award-winning family musical extravaganza is certainly something to quack about.
The stunning, young, American-born mezzo-soprano opera singer Andrea Baker was joined for the first time on stage recently by her uncle Newman Taylor Baker, the percussionist and c…
A funeral sees the coming together of three siblings for their estranged father’s send-off, but this new musical is not really about death - it is about life and the suppressed t…
Revival! by Mairi Campbell and David Francis, the duo also known as ‘The Cast’, is a new companion piece to their previous Fringe outing The Red Earth.
Omigod, I so can’t believe I just saw that! Mod is a brash American import exploring teenage angst amid Beatle-mania as the infamous group set out on their tour of the States.
Under The Ladder is a piece of theatre that works on many levels, yet is seemingly based on a simple concept.
The wacky trio from The Thistle Creek Thespian Society roll into the old saloon at Cactus Gulch, New Mexico, in 1889 to entertain Mayor Maynot and the apparently simple folk of the…
Children say the funniest things, but the words they say sound even funnier when adults speak them; that is what Monkey Bars sets out to prove.
While chaos and violence unravel outside, within the safety and comfort of a hospital ward two strangers meet for a blind date.
The memories of two people, Merridy and her father, are explored in a new devised piece, but the American company lagom’s work left me feeling confused about its narrative aims a…
The big songs of stage and screen are being presented at the Laughing Horse Free Festival by the Cabaret Freaks.
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