Lloyd Evans’ play gives voice to the once muzzled Mrs Blair. But does she have anything to say?
As we entered the Soho Theatre’s upstairs room this evening Richard Blackwood was laying down without moving on a raised
Arrows and Traps’ residency at the Brockley Jack is a guarantee of quality. This new adaptation, from director and writer
Hands up if you’ve seen Macbeth. Now keep your hands up if it was a musical version, Now keep them
Promising ‘a decadent and astonishing blend of sensational acrobatics, soaring aerial trapeze, operatic cabaret and tongue in cheek burlesque’, Rouge
Review by Valerie Carter Last night I was at the first night of Rufus Norris’s award winning production of Kander
Becoming a Serial Killer Full disclosure- I am an Antic Disposition fan; their productions always deliver high quality innovative and
Review by Joe Moss For younger theatregoers the name Philip King may not mean much but on the postwar period
John Crowley’s play dies a slow and lingering death, much like…, well, you know.