FringeReview UK 2021
Jumbo’s Hamlet strips out accretions and ghosts you into asking who or what Hamlet is. See it if you possibly can.
A stunning, preternaturally timed production
Stoppard’s written out his theatrical testament. Outstanding.
Building out of Macbeth a recurring epic of structural violence not ended with one overthrow, sets the seal on this outstanding production.
The overriding sense, not surprisingly with these actors, is joy.
A sleeping classic in the making
A fleet, brilliantly upending, wholly relevant take on the Verona-ready toxicity feeding male violence and young depression
An outstanding revival. If you see one play this autumn, make it this one.
The definitive way to experience this troublingly great, disturbingly unresolved poem
Heartstopping. There’s an absoluteness here we need. We must prove desperate for it or die ourselves.