Celebrating its 200th anniversary this year, Frankenstein continues to be a thought provoking piece exploring the ideas of ambition, the
A play about an ex-cellist with cancer and the relationship she has with her social worker? Um, I think I’m doing something
Theatre Bench’s production of Patrick Cash’s HIV Monologues is a sensitive and very modern look at attitudes to HIV, not
“Fantastic! Unlike anything I’ve been to before”
Hyper-conceptual fringe theatre can be a fascinating brand of performance art, filled with new ideas that push boundaries and challenge
Which mammal makes the creepiest sound? If you guessed the fox, you’d be right. Playwright, Titas Halder seems to have
Kane Power’s one-man show looks at his mother’s bipolar disorder and the pathology of his pain. It’s an illuminating evening.
In art, marketing is often used as a metaphor for a sense that we all inhabit a meaningless, shallow
Jolie Booth’s one-woman show attempts to tell two stories – her own and that of a dead woman. But is either true?