Two minutes into Emma Rice and Knee High’s Tristan and Yseult at the Globe and two men are dancing together, miming falsetto. One of them is a sexy-camp bad boy.… Read more Tristan and Yseult, Shakespeare’s Globe →
Playwright/screenwriter. Occasional actress. Perpetual student. Living with Ehlers-Danlos.
Snuff Box Theatre’s Blush transfers to the Soho Theatre after a sell-out run in Edinburgh. This modern-day morality tale explores five interconnected stories of revenge porn, sex, cyberspace, and the… Read more Blush, Soho Theatre →
I went into Frozen Light’s immersive show for people with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD), ‘Home’, determined to do two things: not use the word “inspiring”, and assess the… Read more Home – Frozen Lights Oval House Theatre →
The best play I’ve seen so far this year is the Orange Tree’s revival of 80s all-female comedy-drama Low Level Panic, so I had tentative high hopes for Lottery of… Read more The Lottery of Love, Orange Tree Theatre →
Brilliant acting and energy can’t quite cover the wasted potential of a thin script. The legend of Don Juan dates back four hundred years. A byword for licentiousness and excess,… Read more Don Juan in Soho, Wyndham’s Theatre →
It’s a warm evening in September and I am watching one of my closest friends give his wife (also a good friend) a good seeing-to over a chair. It is… Read more Naomi Westerman On Sex in Theatre →