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Cora Bissett’s What Girls Are Made Of – the price of teenage music fame

Cora Bissett's What Girls Are Made Of returns to Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 after an acclaimed 2018 run and global tour. Maggie Kelly reviews the price of teenage fame:

Breaking The Waves: another misogynistic, gratuitous opera is born

An atmospheric adaptation of the Lars Von Trier film continues the operatic tradition of abusing its main female character. Maggie Kelly reviews Missy Mazzoli's Breaking The W...

Bobby & Amy: the quiet devastation of two teenagers in a rural town

A quiet and heartbreaking tale about childhood friendship against a backdrop of fear and uncertainty. Maggie Kelly reviews Bobby & Amy:

Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch

Fat Rascal Theatre return with another well-conceived Disney parody and successful show to add to their canon. Daniel Perks reviews Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea ...

Anais Mitchell: Folk Roots and Hadestown presence

Anais Mitchell, the genius behind multi-Tony award-winning Hadestown, performs a one-night only concert at The Queen's Hall. Daniel Perks spends an evening in this glorious so...

Who Cares for young carers? LUNG Theatre do. We should too.

After two years interviewing young carers in Salford, LUNG Theatre present Who Cares - a searing portrayal of teenagers lost in the system. Daniel Perks reviews:

Frisky & Mannish’s PopLab, meticulous music research

Frisky & Mannish return after a five-year hiatus with PopLab, a meticulously researched cabaret act that deconstructs pop music with hilarious consequences. Daniel Perks reviews:...

Yours Sincerely, letters from Will Jackson

Will Jackson procures some stamps and decides to write letters to people. So begins Yours Sincerely, a heartwarming account of personal connectivity. Daniel Perks reviews:

The Bad Aunts play at chat show hosts to an uncertain audience

Part chat show, part sitcom, Bad Aunts has no idea what it's meant to be. The only thing certain is that is certainly not funny. Daniel Perks reviews:

Get Her Outta Here – the chic red lady covering substantial ground

Isabella Broccolini wows as the Red Lady in Get Her Outta Here – an absurdist comedy exploring female identity. Josephine Balfour-Oatts reviews: