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Review – Unexploded Ordnances, a salute to history

Instead of wrapping up the narrative to Unexploded Ordnances, Split Britches does exactly what we need art that is set, and made, in troubled times to do - send us out with questio...

Review – BAC Beatbox Academy does Frankenstein

For the last two years, the BAC Beatbox Academy have been working on gig theatre piece Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster – I don’t care what they do next. I just want to be there...

Lacoste Drops The Croc to Help Save 10 Endangered Animals

Lacoste’s famous crocodile logo makes way in order to help save some of the world’s most threatened speciesFor the first time in the fashion brand’s 85-year history, Lacoste wi...

Yasmeen Arden Unearths a Sense of Belonging with Nest by Katy Warner

Yasmeen Arden, Artistic Director of Small Truth Theatre, talks to Miro’s Editor-in-Chief, Josh Brown, about the social housing crisis, loneliness and the world premiere of Nest by ...

Foul Pages presents Ian Hallard with another genius role

Ahead of the opening night, theatre editor Daniel Perks catches up with Ian Hallard, currently playing Shakespeare in Robin Hooper's world premiere, Foul Pages:It's not 1603 an...

The Trust of Jude Christian to stick to her guns

Trust opens at the Gate Theatre tonight. Theatre journalist Tom Ward sits down with director and performer Jude Christian to peek behind the curtain of this production:I sat do...

West End Young Playwriting Scheme ‘Pitch Your Play’ Returns for 2018

Masterclass, the in-house education charity based at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, is offering three young theatre making teams the opportunity to develop a trio of new plays as par...

The Dust of Sara Joyce’s bones in an age of immediacy

Theatre editor Daniel Perks catches up with director Sara Joyce ahead of Milly Thomas' Dust transferring to Soho Theatre, after it stormed the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017:It...

Tangle take Faustus to Southern Africa & the South West

It's one of the final shows to play at The Bike Shed before it closes its doors. The South West's African Caribbean theatre company, Tangle, bring Doctor Faustus into modern day wi...

Review: I Have A Mouth And I Will Scream

I Have A Mouth And I Will Scream is not perfect, and that’s the whole point. Because our world is far from perfect, so fucking far. As a cis white man, I am exceptionally lucky in ...