In post-Brexit Britain, the past is more than a foreign country.
Talk Propa asks Southerners to care about Northern exceptionalism, but fails to say why.
A Cornishman loses his woman to the city and his livelihood to market forces, in this phallocentric summary of a gender balanced two-hander.
Athena Stevens’ new play gives the audience both barrels in addition to bureaucracy and discrimination.
The Wind Heaven is something of an old fashioned brain fart.
I found myself back in 2018 with access to a free ticket to Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again
Chemistry uses the wonderdrug of intimate performance to produce a great two-hander.
It’s the play you know with added, if implicit, racial commentary. Does it work? Well if you read on I’ll tell you!