‘Poverty porn’: how middle-class theatres depict Britain’s poor (The Guardian, 15 April) Plays such as Boy, Re:Home and Yen serve
I’ve struggled with the productions at the National Theatre over the last 18 months or so, I don’t simply blame
I’ll be blunt. I enjoy the prospect of nudity, male or female I am equal opportunities, a bit too much.
23 April 2016 sees the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death. Here’s a guide to the best theatrical alternatives in
This post originally appeared on London Theatre Direct 19 March 2016 I am aware some will look at this headline
This article originally appeared on London Theatre Direct on 14 March 2016. In my ever growing quest for cheap tickets,
This article originally appeared on London Theatre Direct on 11 April 2016 I was recently worried that I had exhausted
Les Blancs seems to have timed its arrival at the National Theatre (Olivier) perfectly. Its post-war colonial setting in an