One cold and wintry day in Denmark in 2001 Abraham (David Bamber) and his wife Sara (Julia Swift) are awaiting
Dialektikon is appropriate at this time of year. Theatres are full of pantomimes, re-workings of fairy tales, so why not a left-leaning and timely one?
Review by Esmee West-Agboola Alex McSweeney’s Distance playing at The Park Theatre displays an innovative representation of the experience of
Review by Oliver Wake Edwin Morgan Forster published his fifth novel, A Passage to India, in 1924. It was an
Daisy Pull It Off only works if the performers get the tone right. In Park Theatre’s production, they do it perfectly – it’s a hilarious show.
The Secondary Victim is a psychologically dense and often intense dialogue between broken people.
Based on the remarkable real-life tale of two warring Allied meteorologists tasked with predicting the weather conditions for the
What is ‘The Secondary Victim’ about? The drama of therapy and the therapy of drama! Ali is a respected wife
Elizabeth Kuri’s Fishskin Trousers is an ambitious play, a story of loss, grief and mythology spanning eight centuries, featuring only