Robyn Paterson’s one-woman show is a touching story about a pensionable South African couple with contrasting visions of the future.
Kane Power’s one-man show looks at his mother’s bipolar disorder and the pathology of his pain. It’s an illuminating evening.
Jolie Booth’s one-woman show attempts to tell two stories – her own and that of a dead woman. But is either true?
The Pensive Federation have delivered “8 new plays in 12 days”. Some of them good.
Emily Burns and Jonathan Woolgar’s one-woman opera has Héloïse Werner mourning the end of everything. It’s a bit of a downer.