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Witt ‘n Camp’s mad hip-h’opera, “It will always be at least 80% weird”

Witt 'N Camp, a dangerously zany comedy duo, are "the dogs fucking bollocks". In a year they've played festivals and been nominated for the Les Enfants Terribles Award 2017. Daniel...

The Scar Test: A “dystopian” parallel on Immigration Removal Centres

The Scar Test receives its world premiere in Soho in July 2017. Daniel Perks talks to writer Hannah Khalil and director Sara Joyce about the nightmare that is immigration removal:...

Feminist theatremaker Nastazja Somers, “I don’t have to apologise for anything”

Torn Apart (Dissolution) - a play that puts women centre-stage. HerStory - a festival that also puts women in the middle. The link - Nastazja Somers. Cindy Marcolina talks to Nasta...

Working: Stephen Schwartz, for the attention of the next generation

A reinvented musical has its European premiere in Southwark this month - Luke Sheppard brings Working to the attention of the next generation. Daniel Perks catches up with choreogr...

Voices of the Amazon: A Fusion to Highlight the Heart of Brazil

With narration by Jeremy Irons, Voices of the Amazon is a new dance musical coming to Sadler's Wells from 4 - 8 July 2017. Daniel Perks catches up with the creative team during an ...

Alula: the first all-female cyr wheel trio in their world premiere show, HYENA

This week, Underbelly presents a world premiere - an all-female cyr wheel trio. Daniel Perks catches up with performers Fiona Thornhill, Jessica Ladley and Lil Rice to chat about t...

Interview: Owen Calvert-Lyons and the 2017 Summer Season at Ovalhouse

Ovalhouse is full swing into its summer season. Daniel Perks catches up with Head of Theatre and Artists' Development, Owen Calvert-Lyons, to chat about the programme and the big u...