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Review: Over The Top at The Belgrade Coventry

Simultaneously amusing and contemplative, this alternative pantomime is sure to be a local hit, says Katie Graham.

Review: The Wizard of Oz at the Birmingham REP

Brought to life by Liam Steel and a team of talented creatives, The Birmingham REP's bold reworking of the Wizard of Oz is a magical triumph.

Review: The Secret Marriage at Jacksons Lane

With a score like Mozart, and a libretto as entertaining as any Gilbert & Sullivan, HGO’s latest production of The Secret Marriage is packed full of the whimsy and delight to b...

Review – Drowned or Saved? Tristan Bates Theatre

Charlotte Wallis reviews Geoffrey Williams' new play about the works of Primo Levi at the Tristan Bates Theatre for Miro Magazine

Review: Stan’s Cafe’s ‘The Capital’

One of Stan's Cafe's company mantras is that you should never tell someone what to think in a piece of theatre. However, this production should come with a warning. This ...

Review: Consensual – Soho Theatre

Cindy Marcolina heads to the SOHO Theatre for the National Youth Theatre's revival of Consensual by Evan Placey.

Review: Rifco Theatre Company’s Dishoom!

Steeped in nostalgia, writer Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti and Rifco Theatre Company have tackled a lot of tough issues in Dishoom; a play named after the sound of a punch or a bullet from ...

Isaac Newton brings us Nearer The Gods

What a glorious night of theatre Nearer the Gods is, the world premiere of great Australian maestro David Williamson’s new work. Nance Haxton reviews:

Joe Eyre’s Crocodile – a fearsome show

Joe Eyre writes and performs Crocodile, a show about the fearsome devotion that drives a father to protect his daughter at all costs. Daniel Perks reviews: