My patience is running a bit thin with the Almeida Theatre; a mediocre Bakhai, a outright awful Medea, a boring
My ideal format for a play is 7:30pm start, an interval at about 8:30pm or 8:45pm then a 9:30pm finish.
From 2-28 May New Wimbledon Theatre hosts the second Illuminate Festival, a platform showcasing work from the finest up and coming artists,
My expectations were high for this joint Abbey Theatre/Royal Court production starring Stephen Rea, last seen in Ballyturk at the
‘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