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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...

Another tale of F*cking Men – the gay masc stereotype

Joe DiPietro's F*cking Men is a series of vignettes that showcase the modern day gay man in action. But are they an accurate depiction? Theatre Editor Daniel Perks finds out.

Review – Sex with Robots and Other Devices

Nessah Muthy's Sex With Robots And Other Devices imagines a near-future when human AI is a commodity, and a reality. Daniel Perks witnesses the journey from curiosity to accep...

Who Runs The World? festival round-up

After three weeks of female-led productions with all-female playwrights, the Who Runs The World? festival closes at the King's Head Theatre. Editor Daniel Perks rounds up the ...

Sarah Milton’s Tumble Tuck, “Women are fierce, awesome bitches and we deserve this space”

As the headliner of the Who Runs The World? festival, Camille LaPaix chats to writer and performer Sarah Milton. Tumble Tuck is a story of self-confidence and self-belief.

Review – The potential in having NoF*cksGiven

Daisy King presents NoF*cksGiven as part of the Who Runs The World festival at the King's Head Theatre. Cindy Marcolina examines the potential in this vulnerable piece of a li...

The feminist, Shakespearean Voices From The Deep

Paperclip Theatre present a night of shorts, Voices From The Deep, as part of the Who Runs The World festival at the King's Head Theatre. Ed Nightingale pays a feminist nod to...

Review – a faulty Baby Box for one sister

Laura McGrady presents her debut play, Baby Box, as part of the Who Runs The World festival at the King's Head Theatre. Daniel Perks finds out if he's won the lottery, bo...

Review – success is more than a Tumble Tuck

Sarah Milton headlines the Who Runs The World festival at the King's Head Theatre with Tumble Tuck. Camille LaPaix examines the price of success for Milton:

Who Runs The World? asks King’s Head Theatre

Miro is the media partner for the King's Head Theatre's latest festival, featuring all-female playwrights. Who Runs The World? champions women's theatrical voices th...