A brisk, bright, good-humoured account of Aphra Behn's comedy about Englishmen behaving appallingly abroad.
Last Seen offers a glimpse of how audio headphone technology could positively impact theatre, whether as a dramatic technique in itself or as a facilitatory tool.
Diana Damian talks to the makers of Accidental Art, a theatre experiment based on the myth of Oedipus, involving a director, a psychologist and a group of actors.
Cinderella, fairy tales, waitresses and Transylvanian vampires collide in After Cinderella and Violet Smile at the Arcola Theatre.
This second round of reviews from the Arcola's Adventures in Movement Festival includes coverage of Mass Exercise and Vulnerasti.
What else could be more representative of this transatlantic project than Sam Mendes relocating Sicilia and Bohemia to England and the US in the 18th century?
Benedetti asks us to rethink Sarah Kane’s writing one more time, so that maybe now, in light of our times, we can understand a different side of her.
The Girlfriend Experience is the most honest, educational and unexpectedly life-affirming play I’ve seen in a very long time.