Review: J’ai un Bleu

J’ai un Bleu manages to covey through movement what words simply cannot express. The objectification of the female form.


Review: Twisted Tales

One mat, six players and bundles of talent in this dynamic ensemble. Bringing Total Theatre back!


Review: Pain and I

A poetic musing upon the effect and poignancy of suffering, but not doing so in silence.


Review: Kin

Outstanding cast! A must see! Ground breaking physical theatre.


Review: Unforgettable Girl

A danced, poised, graceful, explosion of dance which questions so much about our ethnicity and dealing with others.


Review: The Yellow Wallpaper

Stephanie Mohr’s adaptation is a remarkable manifestation (no other word seems more apt) of the Charlotte Perkins Gilman short story The Yellow Wallpaper, an important realisation of a key feminist awakening. It’s good enough for you not to want it depicted in any other way.


Review: Manual

Unique creative and very entertaining!


Review: Her Green Hell

Intense, dramatic play with vibrant acting and dynamic storytelling.


Review: Rewind

Compelling physical theatre about the disappeared in Latin America


Review: Mythos: Ragnarok

Exciting and entertaining - with powerful characters and performances!


Review: Purgatorio

Groundhog Day - Saying goodbye to old memories, whilst finding new ones. A beautiful physical representation on our ability to accept who we truly are! Get down to Club Purgatorio!


Review: AFTER ALL

Weinachter is an interchangeable chameleon: not just a dancer, but a rare performer who can do it all! Her style and execution of ideas paints a beautiful memory of her idiosyncratic talents in exploring the beginning and end of life. Stunningly poignant.


Review: Lost Soles

A beautifully imagined flight of fancy on the sole of a dance shoe that taps out such wonderful rhythms.


Review: SHOOT THE CAMERAMAN

Enthralling. Poignant. Unforgettable. Two cameras. One couple. A beautiful dance between the private and public world of this turbulent couple. Not to be missed!


Review: Dances Like a Bomb

Intriguing, witty, strong and tender dance-theatre, beautifully performed.


Review: Burnt Lavender

Indulgent, decadent, glorious, gorgeous and beautiful anthem to the pride in being yourself.


Review: Nearly Lear

Mischievous charm, tragic depth, and hilarious wit, all fueled by an intense and energetic inventiveness. A Must See show


Review: When We Died

An absorbing one-woman play seamlessly blending physical theatre with a poignant, gut-wrenching narrative


Review: Home

Well timed energetic action with well designed sets, sound and lighting.


Review: Tanken

A heartfelt attempt to expose the oil giants in a futuristic setting.


Review: Project Y Evolution

A performance guided by the scope of ambition with an energetic and able group of confident dancers.


Review: LULU

Where's Lulu? Tricks and treats - A great combination of mime and acrobatics!


Review: Brontë

This is what theatre means. BLT and Nettie Sheridan strike gold with emerging talent here, starting their professional careers. It’s to Sheridan’s choreography too we owe a seamless ensemble production. Familiar BLT names blaze with a new fire and in every way there’s synergy between physical exuberance and indelible characterisation. Outstanding.


Review: Manic

A new solo show that combines puppetry, spoken word and theatre to bring an honest look at sex and trauma to Brighton Fringe 2023


Review: Rêver

Clowning, mime, acrobatics, comedy and storytelling fuse seamlessly.


Review: Solos in Spaces

A triptych of uneven but very interesting physical muses on gestures, meditation and beneath the sea.


Review: Megalith

A challenging piece of performance connecting our digital now with a deeper connection to the past earth.


Review: How to Be Lost

A wonderful piece of theatre which uses the considerable abilities of the performers onstage to ironically direct us into how to be lost!


Review: The Chosen Haram

A masterful fusion of circus, dance and visual storytelling, delivering a profoundly modern queer tale.


Review: Rebel

You may not know where you are going, but they promise it won’t be boring… and they deliver


Review: I Don’t Like Mondays

A fascinating insight into one of the most controversial political topics in the US which confounds us in the UK


Review: The Endling

Curious for the curious, entertaining, enlightening, witty, humorous and thought provoking.


Review: ROOM

An avant-garde dream - imaginative absurdist reverie!


Review: Ghislaine/Gabler

A spell binding multi layered exploration of privilege, entitlement, and the desire to control…


Review: Kin

Joyous and exhilarating circus/physical theater- exciting intersection of professional gymnastic skill and acting in a production about competition and group dynamics


Review: Speed Dial

"this unique show is simply a joy."


Review: Far Gone

Emotional honesty, physical dexterity and an engrossing story fuel this extraordinary coming of age story


Review: Candide

"Brimming with ideas, full-blooded and full throated performance, Candide is presented successfully in a way only Babolin theatre can achieve."


Review: One

A cultural challenge in a creative and imaginative manner which tasks our assumptions over the immigration of our politics and the politics of belief


Review: The Black Blues Brothers

An explosion of joy with the music of The Blues Brothers as a backdrop and unremitting physical wonderment as an entertaining treat.


Review: Collision

Thrilling and inventive circus with hip hop which is fast paced and leads to a thoroughly entertaining romp


Review: Soothe

A physical exploration of the effects of adrenaline, dopamine and oxytocin.


Review: Some Other Place

Some Other Place - an exploration of where we are, where we came from, and where we're going...


Review: Rebel Boob

Based on interviews with women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.


Review: The Sensemaker

An astonishing, disturbing shapeshifting sliver of genius.


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: Frankenstein (alternate version)

The acting scales cliff-edges of unreason. One remembers the scale of betrayal and loss of redemption. Benedict Cumberbatch here is Frankenstein, Jonny Lee Miller the Creature. The alternate version aired first is still available.


Review: Frankenstein

The acting scales cliff-edges of unreason. One remembers the scale of betrayal and loss of redemption


Review: Born to Manifest

An impressive and challenging triple bill of exceptional dance that delves into the depth of their being and provides us with collective hope as a message.


Review: Equus

Ned Bennett’s thrilling production breaks out Equus from its leather bondage


Review: Not Quite

Symes and Thomas have real talent and are an excellent double act


Review: Before

Storytelling with songs and lot of character!


Review: Fishbowl

Witty, wry, slapstick, funny, well performed and very entertaining!


Review: Scottee: Fat Blokes

Transformational physical theatre that challenges and moves


Review: The Chosen

Superb heartfelt visual storytelling with excellent movement quality


Review: From the Top

Meaningful physical theatre, excellent dancing


Review: There She Is

A treat of an absurdist “tale” that brings the confusion of life into the centre of our universe


Review: I Run

A vivid solo performance of a man running furious, powerful and heartbroken into the grief of his dead daughter.


Review: Little Rabbit

Susan's trapped in her house by rising flood water. But she's not allowed to leave the house or even be seen......


Review: Catching Comets

This was a solo performance telling a story about love, about fear, about the protections that we build up around ourselves that isolate us more than they serve.