Action To The Word’s award-winning all-male production of Anthony Burgess’ A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, directed by Alexandra Spencer-Jones, will return to
The Pensive Federation have delivered “8 new plays in 12 days”. Some of them good.
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
As the lights go down, the iTunes playlist starts. Setting the table and dancing around, it’s a typical pre-dinner-party scene. But
This originally appeared on London Theatre Direct on 7 November 2016 I’ve been a fan of The Mischief Theatre Company since
In November, revolutionary and critically acclaimed writer/director Stuart Saint brings a ground-breaking interdisciplinary piece of theatre to LOST Theatre inspired
Misprint Theatre, based in Croydon, transfers its production of Possibilities to Balham’s N16 Theatre. The production, written by and
As Britain recovers from the fall out Brexit The Right Ballerina, Billy Cowan’s production transfers from The Lowry to Hen