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Puppetry meets treasure hunt in The Paper Traveller

Puppetry meets treasure hunt in Marie Klimis' latest production, The Paper Traveller. Journalist Nicole Acquah talks to Marie as the show tours London libraries:

Interview – Phil Ormrod’s Isaac Came Home From The Mountain

Phil Ormrod’s searing new play searches for a future in the dying heart of England. Journalist Ed Nightgale speak to Ormrod about Isaac Came Home From The Mountain:

Interview – Felicity Huxley-Miners is In The Shadow Of The Mountain

If you suffer with mental health illness, is it ok not to help your partner? Is it ok to focus on yourself? Felicity Huxley-Miners presents In The Shadow Of The Mountain, a play th...

Sarah Milton’s Tumble Tuck, “Women are fierce, awesome bitches and we deserve this space”

As the headliner of the Who Runs The World? festival, Camille LaPaix chats to writer and performer Sarah Milton. Tumble Tuck is a story of self-confidence and self-belief.

Underbelly Festival Southbank 2018 Spotlight: SOAP

It’s the 10th anniversary of this iconic London festival – the purple cow is now a familiar sight next to the London Eye. Underbelly Festival Southbank 2018 runs until 30 September...

Interview – Hannah Hauer-King, Damsel Productions, Grotty

Damsel Productions' latest work, Grotty, examines a lesbian sub culture with searing honesty. Daniel Perks talks to director and co-founder Hannah Hauer-King:

Michael Head is Worth A Flutter

Worth A Flutter is the first play that Michael Head wrote, but not the first that he has staged. It finally comes to The Hope Theatre this May 2018, with an all-star TV cast. Danie...

Underbelly Festival Southbank 2018 Spotlight: Circus Abyssinia

It’s the 10th anniversary of this iconic London festival – the purple cow is now a familiar sight next to the London Eye. Underbelly Festival Southbank 2018 runs until 30 September...

Ashley and Tee J are ACTing Up again

Long-time collaborators and friends, Ashley J and Tee J, are back with their improvised comedy show. ACTing Up next plays at Rich Mix later this month - Daniel Perks caught the guy...

Immerse Yourself For King And Country

Two immersive theatre productions are revived this May, both under the watchful eye of Owen Kingston. Daniel Perks catches Owen to learn about For King And Country and Land Of Nod.