Brighton Festival is hosting a free taster event on Sunday 7 April at Brighton Dome for visitors to experience a flavour of what’s to come in May. The event is… Read more Free Taster Day offers a flavour of Brighton Festival 2019 →
I am a regular theatre attendee and I am interested in all things to do with the stage. Prefer plays, stall seats and like an interval ice cream.
Interested in London/South fringe theatre.
Gingerline value the secrecy of their events, it is a sign of the quality of production that you will find very few spoilers. This was my first Gingerline event and… Read more Gingerline: The Grand Expedition →
Review by Joe Moss Ubu Roi, Alfred Jarry’s 19th-century harbinger of absurdist theatre, is THE scatological drama par excellence. Think of Falstaff taking over from Macbeth, keeping the latter’s ambition… Read more Ubu the King, Burdall’s Yard →
This is a new play from Kieran O’Rourke, his last play at The Vaults The Many Crimes of Hector Cartwright in 2017 was an interesting though flawed post-war thriller, with too… Read more The Execution of Paddy Flynn, Vaults Festival →
Review by Jake Laverde There’s something very timely in Penelope Skinner’s portrait of a lost man finding refuge in the “men’s rights movement”. The recent rise of the far right,… Read more Angry Alan, Soho Theatre →
Pufferfish is inspired by the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, a man who killed 17 young men from 1978-1991. Dahmer, much like Ted Bundy, didn’t look like a monster but his… Read more Pufferfish, Vault Festival →
I first saw Lekhani Chirwa’s Can I Touch Your Hair? as a part of Herstory Festival in 2017 and this brief extract showed a lot of promise so I was… Read more Can I Touch Your Hair?, Vault Festival →
The Thelmas (writer Madeleine Gould and director Madeleine Moore) offer this unique take on the #metoo movement in this monologue starring Hannah McClean. When we meet Her she has just… Read more Ladykiller, Vault Festival →
I am very rarely this upfront regarding a production but if I had realised that Adam Foster’s Wood was not just a play about masculinity in the 1980s US porn… Read more WOOD, The Vault Festival →