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Toxic masculinity, incels and Angry Alan

A darkly comic play about masculinity in crisis by award-winning playwright Penelope Skinner, created with and performed by Donald Sage Mackay. Sophie Talbot reviews Angry Alan:

Review: Consensual – Soho Theatre

Cindy Marcolina heads to the SOHO Theatre for the National Youth Theatre's revival of Consensual by Evan Placey.

Misogyny and sexual violence – the Fabric of society?

A new production of Abi Zakarian's Fabric comes to London for a run at the Soho Theatre before it tours non-traditional theatre spaces in support of Solace Women's Aid. D...

The End Of History, the fast-paced present

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:

Review – Dollywould, a unique clone

Sh!t Theatre's production of Dollywould is the perfect performance homage to both singer and sheep.

Review – Dust & Milly Thomas seep into your bones

It’s been three days since I saw Dust at Soho Theatre and I’m only just building up the courage to write this review. I have let this production affect me personally. Milly Thomas’...

David Ireland and The End of Hope: “If I’d have written 1984, there’d be a dick joke on every other page”

After last year’s shocking Cyprus Avenue, playwright David Ireland returns with his new play, The End of Hope. Samuel Sims talks to David about the current political scene, body is...

News: Milly Thomas transfers two shows from Edinburgh to London

Fresh from their award-winning runs at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017, Milly Thomas transfers both Brutal Cessation and Dust  to London over the next few months.Brutal Cess...

Review: The Scar Test

It’s the voices of the women at Yarl’s Wood Immigration Removal Centre. It’s the voices of the Yarl’s Wood Befrienders and duty solicitors, there to remind these individuals that t...

The Scar Test: A “dystopian” parallel on Immigration Removal Centres

The Scar Test receives its world premiere in Soho in July 2017. Daniel Perks talks to writer Hannah Khalil and director Sara Joyce about the nightmare that is immigration removal:...