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Suddenly all the women in the world grow to Nine Foot Nine - Alex Wood's script focusses on effect over cause, in a confluence of clever complexity:
In order to class as a functioning human, Libby has to accept technological aid. Amy Bethan Evans' Libby's Eyes is a wry commentary of the consequence:
Set in modern day Nigeria, The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives is a novel by Lola Shoneyin. Rotimi Babatunde’s adaptation is vibrant, raucous and raw. Nicola Acquah reviews:
The three Head First Acrobats drink and Elixir and are embued with acrobatic side effects. Daniel Perks reviews this fusion of slapstick and circus:
The world premiere of Torben Betts' Monogamy sees celebrated chef Janie Dee's home life unravelling. Daniel Perks reviews this dramatic, off-camera slice of middle class ...
Verity Standen creates a soundscape inspired by our relationship to our voices throughout our lives, in site-specific work Undersong. Sophie Talbot reviews:
A site-specific work, The End Of The History collides two characters in St-Giles-In-The-Fields church. Daniel Perks reviews Marcelo Dos Santos' latest work:
Paterson Joseph's one-man act of remembrance brings us into the world of Sancho, the first Afro-British man to vote in an election. Daniel Perks watches his tale unfold:
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is less believable, if you can call it that, than its predecessor, but it's still a thumping good ride stuffed with dinosaurs, action and bad on...
Artistic Director of the Bush Theatre, Madani Younis, brings Winsome Pinnock's debut play back to a modern audience. Gillian Fisher reviews Leave Taking: