White Crane Productions are the international graduate acting ensemble of Rose Bruford College.
Following the success of their debut show Eurohouse, Bert & Nasi return to Edinburgh with Palmyra, an exploration of revenge, the politics of destruction and what we consider to be…
Taking a leaf from Eve Ensler’s Vagina Monologues, The Black that I Am is a compilation of stories that delve into the minds of various women and their experiences of being black…
The Völvas is an international feminist performance ensemble.
Timeau De Keyser, Hans Mortelmans and Simon De Winne – together known as Tibaldus – are one of Belgium’s most exciting and innovative young companies whose work is fierce, su…
Let me preface by saying that Hero suffered from technical issues when I saw it, which was announced at the play’s beginning and therefore meant that some of the lights for the p…
Part of Summerhall’s Big in Belgium season, Working Method is an interactive piece which explores the process of making art.
Cockamamy is an adjective meaning ludicrous or nonsensical.
The Medea of Euripides is a story of love, of life, of murder and of how all three interlink.
What is money? For Belgian theatre group Ontroerend Goed, money isn’t actually metal coins or pieces of paper with numbers printed on them, no, money is so much more than a physi…
The Crossing Place – Romantika has an absurdly joyous opening, which is unexpected considering that the show is marketed as a study of loneliness, anxiety and desire.
The young performer Suzanne Grotenhuis won a prize for her previous theatre show at a Belgian theatre festival.
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