Despite faltering balance towards the end, Le Mariage remains a play to be seen, thought, and talked about!
Wink the Other Eye attempts to give a potted history of music hall, as well as an introduction to the songs that made the halls great.
After Liverpool is a fast-paced, funny, not-too-challenging way to spend an hour in the theatre.
Torn revolves around a love story between two young adults against the will of their families.
If you haven’t been to the Little Angel, then get it sorted. Seriously. It’s one of the few theatres in London where I can’t remember ever being disappointed by a show.
If you find the questions raised in Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code intriguing, but you're dissatisfied with the lack of serious argumentation and trustworthy sources, see The Magdalene Mysteries.
Once again, the DryWrite team have put together an event that challenges and inspires participants and watchers to take risks, make imaginative leaps and think in new ways about the process and purpose of writing for the theatre.
The Frontline makes a gutsy stab at being a contemporary social drama to match the vigour, daring and wit of Shakespearean precedent.
What makes ...Sisters great theatre is its gleeful exploitation of theatre's transience.
The annual Edinburgh Festival Fringe attracts the best and the barmiest of companies to show off, experiment and network for three weeks of non-stop plays and parties.