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From the National Theatre to a national tour, Macbeth ended its UK-wide run at the Wales Millennium Centre. Emily Garside reviews an indecisive, bland version of The Scottish Play:
The struggle with a language that you don't understand, compounded by the struggle with one that you do. Welsh, Turkish, English. Emily Garside takes on Y Brain/ Kargalar:
Jo Clifford gender flips Shakespeare's notorious 'problem play', The Taming Of The Shrew. Does it work with women at the helm? Emily Garside reviews:
Forgotten by history and passed over in favour of men, 10 women are finally given the remembrance and respect they deserve in Lizzie Milton's latest play. Daniel Perks reviews...
A darkly comic play about masculinity in crisis by award-winning playwright Penelope Skinner, created with and performed by Donald Sage Mackay. Sophie Talbot reviews Angry Alan:
Sharkwater Extinction Review: Forget Jaws, humans are the real villains in Rob Stewart’s latest exposé on the illegal shark fin tradeMiro Magazine http://www.miromagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/3-small-white-logo.png 270 200 http://www.miromagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/SW-E-1-min.jpg 800 412
Sharks. Are they violent, man-eating predators or majestic, underwater creatures in desperate need of protection? This polarising question is at the heart of the new documentary fr...
After the success of the last five years; The Mocking Jays release their first-ever studio EP ' The Love Era'.
In the second Broadway transfer of 2019, Waitress serves up sugary sweetness with hidden depths, not unlike Sara Bareilles' songs. Emily Garside reviews:
Who doesn’t like discovering new music? We at Miro Magazine have compiled together a playlist of ten songs from emerging bands and artist, that we have discovered and loved over th...
In an age where we have had no shortage of hard-knocks stories, James Gardner’s debut feature Jellyfish manages to take this trope and spin it in such a way as to create a characte...