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Paterson Joseph gives Sancho an act of remembrance

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:

Miro: Top Theatre for Spring 2018

Theatre Editor Daniel Perks picks the shows he's most looking forward to over the spring months.

Review – Songs For Nobodies

There is no mistaking Bernadette Robinson's ability and talent for the multitude of roles in Songs For Nobodies. But is it warm enough, tender enough - or is it too cold and s...

The Terrible Infants review – a considered theatrical banquet

A story, like The Terrible Infants, is a magical creature that can evoke child-like delight in even the hardest of hearts. As a young tot, I remember being terrified by my father’s...

Review: Othello at Wilton’s Music Hall

In our new era of Trump-fuelled prejudice, xenophobia and intrusive masculinity, Richard Twyman’s Othello is a searing reaction that realises the tragedy of every single character ...