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What else might you want with a British cream tea than a spot of incest? Cindy Marcolina finds out the is there is any fascination behind this farce.
The longest running musical revival is back, celebrating its 21st anniversary. But does this version of Chicago match up to its predecessors? Daniel Perks finds out.
Brad Brich's Tremor distils some of the biggest questions about the world we live in through a single event and relationship.
Gauhar Jaan – The Datia Incident reimagines the tantalising story of India’s first recording artist and her confrontation with a power-hungry maharaja.
Journalist Camille Lapaix is led into the American Psycho styled basement of The Glory. She is hit with words as hard as Jonny Woo hits Alexis Gregory in the dark fetishism of Sex/...
Secret Life Of Humans presents an optimism for a humankind that can renounce violence and continue to progress, comments journalist Tom Preston.
Guleraana Mir's Coconut subtly draws out the subject of a toxic religion. The Thelmas partnership of Moore and Mir ensures that the focus lies on the individual rather than on...
Kenneth Emson's Plastic expresses adolescent pressure in a way that gets to the heart of its emotions through verse. Always playful; sometimes comical; hauntingly ironic.
John Fitzpatrick’s play Reared looks at an inter-generational family and asks, how do we care for everyone without giving up everything?
The love of circus caught brothers Bibi & Bichu at a young age in Kaffa, Ethiopia. Ethiopian Dreams is a celebration of their own desires come to life.