It is seldom that we discuss the inherent inequalities in our nation’s most beloved sport.
Armed with exhaustive statistics, a wild imagination and a uniquely hilarious take on current events and systemic conspiracies, Don Biswas delivers a frantic hour of lighting-fast …
There’s something both hilarious and poignant about the dynamic between younger and older generations, the way in which the older relate the tales of their own youth to younger n…
In view of the recent violence in Charlottesville, KKK sympathisers in the White House and, even on our end of the pond, much of the sentiment behind Brexit, a discussion of the in…
We open on a reversed environmental crisis.
Farce has a proud place in British theatre history.
On a cliff edge somewhere, a man is about to jump to his death when he is stopped by a psychology professor.
TV has a special place in our hearts, for comforting us on a very personal level, and for giving us the communal experience of watching and talking about it.
The story goes that in November 1786 the Scottish poet Robert Burns borrowed a pony and left his native Ayrshire for Edinburgh.
In Oscar Wilde’s timeless twist on the biblical story of John the Baptist’s execution, princess Salome lives luxuriously in a bustling Middle Eastern court with her mother and …
Of all Shakespeare’s plays, The Tempest demands the most obvious and taxing effort of imagination from the audience.
This piece of historical new writing takes its audience through four periods in Zimbabwe’s turbulent past, stretching a staggering 120 years, from 1895 to 2015.
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