Going to see comedians with no prior knowledge of their work is always a bit of a risk.
A tour of LGBT history through the people that made it, Riot Act is a compelling one-man show that educates as much as it inspires.
A 'visual meditation on an artist’s experience of being stalked over the course of five years', StalkHer is a moving and intimate exhibition from Victoria Suvoroff.
Vulvarine is the superhero movie that all teenage girls were missing when they grew up.
Unmythable promised an ‘unforgettable blend of sketch comedy, cross-dressing, stories and songs’ but unfortunately, it didn’t deliver.
Gillian English hates The Taming Of The Shrew.
An adaptation of Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Sharer, The Geminus tells the story of a young sea captain who, after discovering a fugitive clinging to the side ship, embarks on a j…
Spanish comedian Sonia Aste is a woman of many talents.
A play about murder, greed and unchecked rule, MacBeth is a play that never loses relevance.
After appearances on the likes of Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo, Suzi Ruffell has had a massive year.
China Blue Fish and Deborah Antoinette first met at Bristol artist’s collective Co-resist where they bonded over a love of feminism, the environment and clowning (the two are bot…
The first of Koko Brown’s colour trilogy, White is an intimate portrait of growing up mixed race in the 90s and 00s.
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