Leone is not a happy man in the slightest, as he’s twenty five and an unemployed actor, and unable to
Review by Joe Moss Sometimes I wake up in the morning and all the missed opportunities of my life stare
Charlie Dupré’s Boris Rex (following on from 2017’s MacBlair) is a Shakespearean-esque look at the rise, the fall and inevitable
Excellent performances from Anna Acton and Louisa Lytton cannot save this play from its lack of depth and purpose. The
He never loved me. Not even for a moment. It’s weird when you see what you think was your own
Review by Carole Lovstrom Katie- Catherine Lamb Writer – Jack Thorne Director – Lucy Curtis Running time 1 hour 10
Sublime is a confident and self-assured debut from Sarah Thomas about a brother and sister whose life has been dominated
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.