You say you want a revolution, huh? Well the Vault Festival has just the thing.
You don’t have to be a wild boar (or a critic) to enjoy Wild Bore.
Can Edwardian piousness win over a 2017 audience? Yes, says Ed Whitfield.
The Old Vic’s Christmas Carol is enough to make a merry man out of the worst seasonal curmudgeon.
The Secondary Victim is a psychologically dense and often intense dialogue between broken people.
The NT’s production of Network still has something to say about your lives, God damn it.
60 years on, Roger Gellert’s tale of repressed homosexuality at an English public school remains a damning social critique.
A new adaptation of Jekyll and Hyde adds melodrama to the formula, diluting its potency.
Finally, the version of the Tempest you’ve always wanted – name the one with Native Chichewa speakers.