In category: Reviews
Red Palace is an immersive, dark fairy tale, playing at The Vaults with an all-female and non-binary cast this autumn. But does it match up to the classics? Daniel Perks reviews:
Stardust could be called a dazzling display, but that might just be referring to the glittering costumes. Katie Graham reviews:
The perfect show if you enjoy a boogie and rather snug trousers. And frankly, who doesn't like at least one of those. Katie Graham reviews Saturday Night Fever:
Miles Jupp pays homage to David Tomlinson, the affable British gent behind Mr Banks and Professor Emelius Browne. Daniel Perks reviews The Life I Lead:
The 1980s Tom Hanks film comes to the West End stage for a limited season. But does Big The Musical stack up? Daniel Perks reviews:
Strong female voices aren’t just onstage in the uncharted territory of Amy Beach’s Cabildo. Idgie Beau reviews the latest in the Grimeborn 2019 season:
Verity Lane brings Orizuru to life through an exploration of love, loyalty and labour. Idgie Beau reviews Origami Soundscapes/ The Crane in the Arcola Theatre's Grimeborn 2019...
Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 - done. Outoing Theatre Editor Daniel Perks picks the five-star shows to watch out for during the rest of the year:
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:
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...