Give Take’s Musical Remedies are an exploration of the healing powers of the natural world.
The Edinburgh Fringe is brimming with acts from Down Under, but you probably won’t witness any more authentic than Susie and Mel in their storytelling show Back Out From The Outb…
How long would it take to go via every single one of the 270 stations on the London Tube map? Most of us would shrug at the question, having no desire whatsoever to even consider s…
Shakespeare’s School brings Malorie Blackman’s much loved novel Noughts and Crosses to the stage in a performance that falls disappointingly flat despite the potential of the w…
The Italia Conti Ensemble’s rendition of Spring Awakening is a well-directed and expertly performed take on Frank Wedekind’s controversial play.
“Being a DJ is like being a storyteller,” we are told at the opening of Beats North, a heartfelt celebration and exploration of the powers of music.
The Yvonne Arnaud Youth Theatre’s Forever Young is a heartfelt portrayal of the damaged, tormented and stolen youths of the First World War through drama, poetry and song.
Just off the Royal Mile, down along the cobbles and between the narrow walls of Jackson’s Close, Appletree Writers and Friends gather every Sunday of the Fringe to celebrate spok…
Take a Shakespeare play and strip it of all of the aspects that make it a timeless sensation.
“We are not going to tell you a story,” the cast disconcertingly warns the audience in the opening minutes of Wuthering Heights.
Come gather in the yurt at the Stand in the Square for another in the series of The Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas.
Fishing rods, bike bells and shuttlecocks likely did not feature on the Elizabethan prop list for Macbeth.
When afrobeat makes prime-time at the most renowned jazz club in town, you know you’re in for the good stuff.
The world gasped in shock when renowned Irish poet Seamus Heaney passed away in August of last year.
Horatio may be played by a girl in a school uniform, yet this is the only aspect of Hamlet that gives away the fact that the performers are all high school students.
Directed by Tim Schulz and written by Liberty Martin, Cheryl Mayer and Lauren Stapleton, 15% of The Seagull is a humorous glimpse into the world of theatre adaptation and casting.
Monkey Poet: Shit Flinging is a show much more savoury than its name suggests.
Amidst the moustachioed revolutionaries that don the walls of Viva Mexico restaurant, Kate Smurthwaite takes the mic for a thought-provoking hour of comedy.
Taking on the literary giant that is George Orwell’s 1984 is a notoriously difficult task, and The Stevenage Lytton Youth Thursday Group have bitten off a little more than they…
Movin’ Melvin Brown: The Ray Charles Experience is an entertaining soirée of song and dance in homage to the great soul music pioneer of the 1950s.
‘Knob jokes with depth’ are the words that fifty-six year old Frank Skinner himself uses to describe his new stand up show Man in A Suit.
The moment you step into this showroom, I can guarantee you’ll wish you had worn your suit or gown.
Natalie Audley’s ‘Tis Pity is a clever retelling of John Ford’s 17th century incestuous drama ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore.
Come and meet the Faultys, the Fawltys’ delightful doppelgangers.
Mary Shelley is likely turning in her grave at Last Chance Saloon’s rendition of Frankenstein, but no doubt she’s also struggling to stifle a giggle at their heartfelt whack at…
The Tumanishvili Film Actors Theatre Company present George Orwell’s Animal Farm in a remarkable, poignant enactment of the dangerous rise of tyranny in a state where ideals of f…
One man is all it takes.
“Everything you are about to hear is pure human vocals,” a voiceover announces before the show begins.
The Soweto Spiritual Singers greet their audience with the Lord’s Prayer, sung in perfect harmony.
Bandanas, braces and £16 patchouli hand soap are just a few of the afflictions that British comedian Chris Turner has had to suffer in life as a skinny, middle class white boy.