The Pensive Federation have delivered “8 new plays in 12 days”. Some of them good.
A fine example of 60s comedy but something feels missing. Luv first appeared in London at The Arts Theatre
Vantage Point, a company made up of recent Royal Central School of Speech and Drama’s graduates work in progress show, This
Emily Burns and Jonathan Woolgar’s one-woman opera has Héloïse Werner mourning the end of everything. It’s a bit of a downer.
Pulitzer Prize-winning classic finally arrives in the West End but was it worth the 37-year wait? On appearances Sam Shephard’s
A touring revival of Park Theatre’s 2015 production is a story that resonates as deeply with Britain’s current affairs. Dead
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This initially seems like a historical drama, something you assume is going to turn Witchfinder General but instead you get
Lucy Kirkwood’s (Chimerica) tale of inheritance and legacy is simple yet hard-hitting and profound. Rose (Francesca Annis) has returned to