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An Adventure – big-hearted, epic, existential

The latest play from acclaimed playwright Vinay Patel, An Adventure tells the story of Patel’s grandparents as they crossed continents for a home worth fighting for. Annabel Mellor...

Misogyny and sexual violence – the Fabric of society?

A new production of Abi Zakarian's Fabric comes to London for a run at the Soho Theatre before it tours non-traditional theatre spaces in support of Solace Women's Aid. D...

The Woods – equal parts warmth and despair

Robert Alan Evans' The Woods is a murky, twilight production, on the fringes of nostalgia and horror. Playing at the Royal Court Upstairs, Daniel Perks reviews this complex tu...

Blood Wedding – classic tragedy reimagined with unwavering vigour

George Richmond-Scott’s reimagining of Lorca’s classic tragedy delivers a dark, contemporary London with unwavering vigour. Josh Brown was at the Omnibus Theatre for Miro.

10 years on stage, 100 years since War Horse

Ten years since its premiere at the National Theatre and one hundred years since the end of the First World War, War Horse embarks on its second UK tour. Ellie Woolman reviews:

The evocative Evita on tour again

Perhaps one of Andrew Lloyd-Webber and Tim Rice’s most quintessential musicals of their time, catapulted in popularity by the hit 1996 film starring Madonna, Evita remains pertinen...

Review – An Officer and a Gentleman The Musical

An Officer and a Gentleman The Musical graces UK stages 36 years after the smash-hit Hollywood movie starring Richard Gere and Debra Winger. Ellie Woolman reviews the touring produ...

Gordon Craig Theatre – Oh what a beautiful Oklahoma!

Stretching up to three hours, Oklahoma! is a quintessential American musical and can be torture if not done right. Lucy Rahim catches the Gordon Craig Theatre's summer revival...

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery – UK Tour Review

This 1950’s comedy caper delivers a riot of laughs and buckets of energy, all in the midst of a convoluted diamond heist.

The Merry Wives of Windsor RSC Review

“Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned” - The RSC's TOWIE inspired take breathes new life into this classic play.

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