Engrossing, it should provoke. Sudha Bhuchar absolves us by being bloody funny.
Review: The Whole Shebang
See it again!
Review: On Arriving
On Arriving takes sixty minutes it seems we’ve been immersed in a Greek Tragedy of ninety. See it.
Review: Mayhem at the Cabaret Voltaire
Potentially a terrific show
Review: Clean: The Musical
This should be in the West End
Review: There’s a Ghost in My House
Stunning. Greet the nothing that is not there, and the nothing that is.
Review: The Lady in the Van
Sarah Mann and her company will surely return with this gem of transubstantiation.
Review: #AIWW The Arrest of Ai WeiWei
Brenton powerfully concertinas a continent’s politics and one artist’s refraction of it. Wong is outstanding
An extraordinarily assured debut
Do see it.
Compelling and bleakly miraculous
Review: The Thrill of Love
A superb revival, and the best production of this popular play I’ve seen.
A quietly magical production that knows its own truth and serves it hot.
Review: A Very Expensive Poison
Prebble’s one antidote for these distracted times.
Review: I’m A Phoenix, Bitch
Guy Masterson finds the perfect show...
Uncomfortable confrontation with a murderess.
Review: My Mum’s a Twat
A one woman show, using her teenage voice to tell the story of being rejected by her Mum who chose a powerful cult over her family.
Review: Pizza Shop Heroes
Celebratory, authentic, necessary
Review: Sea Sick
Review: Cardboard Citizens: Bystanders
Powerful real stories told with phenomenal theatrical flair that will have you thinking 'what would I do?'
Review: The Trojans
Profound, arresting, moving
Review: That Bastard Brecht
Relevant, energetic, mesmerising
A chilling glimpse into the world of a little known but influential woman from the Nazi era.
Review: Inside Bitch
Visceral and sometimes very very funny. Then not. Essential viewing.
A violent attack on the social norms which drive self-harm in its many and varied forms.
Mother and 14 year old son, sort it out through Sia.
Review: Mao That’s What I Call Music!
Des Kapital presents a strange brew of pop karaoke and Communist China
A brilliant and brutal portrayal of the inequity and generational desperation of the Benefits Class
A true story told with skill, passion and tremendous attention to detail (you'll get the shivers)
Review: Van Gogh Find Yourself #vgfy
Fascinating and entertaining - go and meet Vincent Van Gogh!