Watching No Place Like Home was an experience unlike any other I’ve had so far at the Fringe.
If Samuel Beckett is celebrated for the changing attitudes his work brought to ‘traditional’ theatre, then why do we insist on keeping his work preserved like an artefact, guar…
I’m sure we can all remember seeing our teachers feeling the pressure on the cusp of parents evening, and as we’re beginning to realise in light of the unprecedented events of …
Love, Loss and Chianti stages two of Christopher Reid’s poetic works A Scattering and The Song of Lunch, both, as the title suggests, explore the liminal space where love and los…
Marketed as “The first new UK production”, Nikolai Foster’s re-imagining of classic favourite Billy Elliot certainly embraces the challenge of creating a ‘new’ take on th…
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