I go to a lot of theatre but rarely do I see a scenario on stage that I can relate
Ever since I was a young child I’d been a huge fan superheroes, and supervillains too, so that’s been almost
Charlie Dupré’s Boris Rex (following on from 2017’s MacBlair) is a Shakespearean-esque look at the rise, the fall and inevitable
Coelacanth, a dark one-act comedy which is part of this year’s Camden Fringe, is set in a world where assisted suicide has been legalised.
Guest Review by Oliver Wake Pluto’s premise is ingenious. It dramatises the planet Pluto’s reaction to learning that he has
Guest review by Oliver Wake The Amount of Us from the A Bunch of Chemicals Theatre Company was seen for
Pageant is a revival of a musical first performed off-Broadway in 1991, and it’s telling that this drag satire on
Guest Review by Oliver Wake The Dark Side of Mime is an alarming prospect. I’ve always thought there was something