Review: A Call to Care

A creatively choreographed homage to the essential work of an essential crew from an essentially creative part of our crafts


Review: Adam

An astonishing performance of a personal journey that whispers in anger leads you to positives humanity throughout.


Review: The Water Cooler

A unique take on the problems of today which does manage to bring new perspective to the issue we face regarding race and mental wellbeing.


Review: Walk of Shame

A slow burning expose of the shame we should feel at how we treat those who exercise the liberty we expect them to have


Review: The Bus Stop

A tale of complaint that is a terrific reminder of all of our responsibilities.


Review: Lament for Sheku Bayou

An astonishing story lamented and told in an extraordinary fashion that resonates and poetically demands change.


Review: A Kiss From Back Home

A solo performance that brings effectively to the stage the soulful disappointment of a lost relationship.


Review: Strange Rocks

A wholly theatrical exploration of what finding a body on a shore might contemplatively lead you to consider.


Review: User Not Found

A fascinating online exploration of what might happen when someone dies and leaves someone else in charge of their digital footprint.


Review: Craig

Imagination rules when you need to find a creative solution – with an orange!


Review: At the Ghostlight

Two theatrical legends talk plague and contagion and not being on a stage


Review: MILF

A series of exploratory monologues that really make you think about the value of gender


Review: Isolation

A desperate portrait of the strain of the absence from a mother of her child during the pandemic.


Review: Growth

An intriguing few minutes of a short performance followed by the workshop that created it and which you can use to create your own growth spurt.


Review: A Small Gathering

A triptych of solos, presented from people stuck in their houses who dare us to join in their creative deliciousness in an imaginative, terrifying and fantastic manner.


Review: Railed

A cotton printed, adult themed circus rodeo that is as wonderful as it is rude and engaging.


Review: Sunset Boulevard

A classic film in a theatrical homage which retains the sparkle of the original and adds exceptional performances onstage to add to the spectacle.


Review: The Phantom of the Opera

The Albert Hall’s sovereign production, unlikely to be surpassed particularly with the special encore.


Review: Treasure Island

First-rate theatre. In Joshua James’ Ben Gunn and above all Pasy Ferran’s Jim, we see stars rising quicker than Arthur Darvill’s superb Silver can point them out.


Review: Hamlet

In Michelle Terry’s quicksilver, quick-quipping Hamlet, much has been proved, from interpretive to gender fluidity in tragic action, that sets a privilege on being in at a beginning.


Review: Cyprus Avenue

Devastating drama about the DNA of bigotry played as surreal farce.


Review: Wonderland

Outstanding. Surely the definitive study of the dignity of physical labour, and breaking of its amity.


Review: Amsterdam

Did I say sucker-punch? It’s what the Orange Tree do every time.


Review: Jane Eyre

You’ll never see a better adaptation of this classic


Review: Wild

Theatrically the most thrilling end to any Bartlett play


Review: I and You

Will leave you in a heap and wonder what else Lauren Gunderson has written that comes near this.