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Red Palace: a twisted immersive fairy tale

Red Palace is an immersive, dark fairy tale, playing at The Vaults with an all-female and non-binary cast this autumn. But does it match up to the classics? Daniel Perks reviews:

Stardust: Bollywood comes to the Belgrade

Stardust could be called a dazzling display, but that might just be referring to the glittering costumes. Katie Graham reviews:

The Belgrade Coventry catches Saturday Night Fever

The perfect show if you enjoy a boogie and rather snug trousers. And frankly, who doesn't like at least one of those. Katie Graham reviews Saturday Night Fever:

The Life I Lead – David Tomlinson’s affable Britishness

Miles Jupp pays homage to David Tomlinson, the affable British gent behind Mr Banks and Professor Emelius Browne. Daniel Perks reviews The Life I Lead:

Big The Musical – an 80s update is stuck in the past

The 1980s Tom Hanks film comes to the West End stage for a limited season. But does Big The Musical stack up? Daniel Perks reviews:

HighTide 2019 – the final festival for its founding director

As Artistic Director Steven Atkinson produces his final Festival, he leaves HighTide behind for Suba Das to take the reins. Daniel Perks reflects on the last thirteen years with St...

Don’t Send Flowers: coping with cancer and cake

Emily Garside's new play, Don't Send Flowers, opens at The Gate Theatre in Cardiff this September. She talks to Miro with the cast about the overall process:

Cabildo: uncharted territory updated for an unprecedented age

Strong female voices aren’t just onstage in the uncharted territory of Amy Beach’s Cabildo. Idgie Beau reviews the latest in the Grimeborn 2019 season:

Origami Soundscapes/ The Crane: new explorations in operatic form

Verity Lane brings Orizuru to life through an exploration of love, loyalty and labour. Idgie Beau reviews Origami Soundscapes/ The Crane in the Arcola Theatre's Grimeborn 2019...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 Round-Up

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 - done. Outoing Theatre Editor Daniel Perks picks the five-star shows to watch out for during the rest of the year: