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Father and daughter, the familiar Pops and its fascinating monotony

A never-ending cycle of addiction, recovery and relapse, Charlotte Josephine's Pops is a cleverly grounded piece of familial theatre. Daniel Perks reviews:

Wolfie – a balanced fairy tale, absurd but realistic

Wolfie, a wonderfully bizarre, irreverent take on the perils of the care system. A well-constructed modern fable but sometimes less is more. Katherine Knight reviews:

Holding it together, a family feeling Blue

Reflecting on a family unraveled but trying to hold it, and themselves, together. A slow burn piece of work. Emily Garside reviews Blue: