COPS, a new play at the Southwark Playhouse by Tony Tortora about policemen in 1950s Chicago, has a decent central theme but doesn’t seem to know what it wants to be.
I often struggle with dramatic depictions of salespeople. This is because I was one once. I know the tricks of
Review by Melinda Haunton The experience starts before you get inside the Little stage at Southwark Playhouse. Queuing punters are
A guest review by Jake Laverde Like the title suggests, Diary of a Teenage Girl is told from the point
This production, based on Eiko Kadono’s novel and adapted by Jessican Sian, owes a lot to Curious Incident of the Dog
Why are theatre bars such grim places to have a drink? I was inspired to write this blog by my
Block Stop‘s By The End of Us is basically a live video game. As a result it doesn’t attract your usual
Glass Half Full Productions & Go People Theatre present a production that is a perfect introduction to the Bard and