FringeReview UK 2021
Even more than 2019, a carnival riot of joy – with enough misdirection to evoke moonshine
Just wait for the second act.
One of the wittiest but also truthful comedies about love, identity, sexual politics and gefilte fish I’ve seen
An adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel Little Women by all-female performance art collective Figs in Wigs
A warm-hearted yet sharp-witted peek at how the Pooter half live
With his new production director Robin Herford, most associated with this play, brings pace, panache, and more than a dose of Ayckbourn’s generosity of spirit
A joyous, heady and oh-so-welcome return to this intimate yet high-kicking theatre. An absolute must-see.
Grab it while you can
With Michelle Terry as Viola, one of the most touching and truthful Twelfth Nights I’ve seen.
An outstanding revival. Again.