Theatre can only ask us to suspend disbelief to a certain point.
A hungover girl wakes up in a stranger’s house and things start to get a bit weird.
Sparkling with witty dialogue and clever wordplay, Journos is a very enjoyable way to spend an hour.
Four dictators are in a rowing boat to hell.
The best one man show I have ever had the pleasure to see, Captain Amazing more than lives up to its name.
Mask is an unusual piece of theatre.
‘Feminist burlesque’ sounds great.
Can theatre take the piss out of being pretentious? Yes, of course it can, in principle.
Hilarious, dark and brilliantly-crafted, Dry Write’s production of Fleabag at the Underbelly is heart-wrenchingly honest.
A multi-media theatre project is very difficult to pull off.
XY is a series of plays that have been written without specifying gender to any of the characters.
‘If others can write about it so can I’ says the main character in Bridge to an Island.
‘Think Juno meets Waiting for Godot - but amazing’.
‘Schoolgirls have crushes on teachers all the time.
Take Two Every Four Hours is a heart wrenching tale of friendship in the face of illness.
Imagine a world where people can change sex at will.
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