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Hotel Artemis is a confused comedy-thriller that lacks a coherent story but still delivers a blood-lust quenching gut-punch of dystopian violence porn.
‘Marrying pathos with panache’, ‘Miss Littlewood’ is a sparkling, joyful production with moments of real poignancy. Sam Kenyon’s creation is a must-see moving tribute to the immens...
Hampstead Theatre presents Jemma Kennedy’s breakthrough play directed by Laurie Sansom. Tom Preson was there to review Genesis Inc. for Miro.
Cordelia Lynn returns to the Royal Court after making her debut there in 2015. Tom Preston reviews 'One For Sorrow' for Miro Magazine.
A new musical by leoe&hyde about searching for a soulmate in the modern gay world. Nicole Acquah reviews GUY: A New Musical
A real, frank look at love, with a cwtch in the middle, Carys Eleri's Lovecraft is not (directly) about the sex shop in Cardiff. Emily Garside reviews:
A dating game with interaction, monologues and connection. Nicole Acquah joins in the fun with Kiss Chase:
An AIDS-like disease has plagued the nation in a near-reality future. Alan Bowne's consequential commentary Beirut looks at the fallout of such quarantine:
A pivotal depiction of a day in the life for Cam, day 28 of his Section 2 on the mental health unit. Peter Imms draws on experience in this evocative play:
Nathan Ellis' play states that No One Is Coming To Save You. As the world sleeps, two characters navigate the fuzzy in-between. Daniel Perks reviews: