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Feel – an unashamedly London millennial love story

After an acclaimed run in 2018, Proforca Theatre brings Feel and its sister productions, Feel More and Before Feel, to The Space before a UK tour. Artistic Director David Brady tal...

Joana Nastari and sex workers – F**k You Pay Me

After acclaimed performances at the VAULT Festival 2018 and Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018, Joana Nastari brings F**k You Pay Me to a festival at Rich Mix. She comments about the n...

Danyah Miller’s Perfectly Imperfect Women

Danyah Miller brings Perfectly Imperfect Women on tour this autumn after a successful run at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017. She talks to Miro about her thoughts ahead of its openi...

Bj McNeill is Flawed like a b_y

It’s one person’s story about growing up. But it’s also many people’s experiences of homophobia and queer identity. Bj McNeill presents a work in progress and Daniel Perks muses on...

WoLab – the actor-writer showcase

WoLab - a working laboratory for artists to create - concludes its 12-week inaugural actor-writer course with a showcase of monologues and duologues by the ten participants. Daniel...

A question of etiquette? Or of progress?

Theatre etiquette - is it detrimental to the future of theatre? Are young audiences put off by backward rules and regulations? Journalist Lucy Rahim comments:

The Mill at Sonning – An Unexpected Theatre

In the middle of the countryside lies an unexpected theatre producing Agatha Christie's An Unexpected Guest. Daniel Perks visits The Mill At Sonning, the Most Welcoming Theatr...

The feminist, Shakespearean Voices From The Deep

Paperclip Theatre present a night of shorts, Voices From The Deep, as part of the Who Runs The World festival at the King's Head Theatre. Ed Nightingale pays a feminist nod to...