Review by Pearl Esfahani The design has a flavour of corporate patriotism to it with “office blue” wheely chairs, and
When in Soho watching a play about drugs, sexuality and serial killers just feels right. Alexis Gregory’s script takes an
It’s a gig! It’s a one-woman show! It’s the past repackaged as theatre! It’s…problematic?
As we entered the Soho Theatre’s upstairs room this evening Richard Blackwood was laying down without moving on a raised
With a title like Willy you might presume this latest show from William Andrews would be about his name, and
I wasn’t aware of the existence of Garrett Millerick until I saw him MC a gig last year and was
Review by Pearl Esfahani Both an education, and bittersweet love-story, the hour of The Political History of Smack and Crack
You may know Andy Kindler from his many roles in TV comedy series, the long-running Everybody Loves Raymond, Maron or
You don’t have to be a wild boar (or a critic) to enjoy Wild Bore.