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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:

Bryony Kimmings is a Phoenix, Bitch

Im A Phoenix, Bitch is Bryony Kimmings’ return to solo performance after nearly a decade. It’s her story of motherhood, heartbreak and finding inner strength. And it blazes like a ...

Samuel Pepys and 17c – the subjugation of women

Samuel Pepys’ diary is a prime source to understanding life in the 17th Century. Big Dance Theatre's 17c scratches below the surface to discuss the treatment of women througho...

Let’s drink to this version of La Traviata

Becca Marriott and Helena Jackson may have reduced La Traviata to a core storyline in two hours, but nothing of the emotion is missing from this revised opera. Camille Lapaix revie...

Review: Kneehigh bring Jim Dodge’s Fup onto stage

Set in Kneehigh’s wild, wonderful fairytale version of Cornwall with just six performers, Simon Harvey’s adaptation of Jim Dodge’s novel FUP is a real delight. Chloe Walton reviews...

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