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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:

Review – In The Shadow Of The Mountain

Felicity Huxley-Miners addresses Borderline Personality Disorder in her new play, In The Shadow Of The Mountain. Theatre editor Daniel Perks joins Rob and Ellie on their journey in...

Interview – Felicity Huxley-Miners is In The Shadow Of The Mountain

If you suffer with mental health illness, is it ok not to help your partner? Is it ok to focus on yourself? Felicity Huxley-Miners presents In The Shadow Of The Mountain, a play th...

Review – lyrical verses, moving lights, Plastic

Kenneth Emson's Plastic expresses adolescent pressure in a way that gets to the heart of its emotions through verse. Always playful; sometimes comical; hauntingly ironic.

Review: A tense whodunnit on The Moor

From Catherine Lucie, The Moor questions the limits of a claustrophobic relationship on the wild and unruly Yorkshire Moors. Set against the unforgiving Yorkshire moors, Bronagh ...

Stewart Pringle – The Bush Theatre, One Year On

From theatre critic, to Artistic Director, to Bush Theatre's Associate Dramaturg, to award-winning playwright - Daniel Perks speaks to Stewart Pringle about his inspirational journ...