Short, sour and stinging, Slowly pits the seductive rituals of conformity against the risk and indignity of freedom.
Diana Damian talks to writer and performer Rebecca Vaughan about the concept and creative process behind her solo piece, Austen's Women.
Sinead Mac Manus looks at the world’s largest social networking site to gauge its potential for theatre artists and companies.
Elevator is a strong, enjoyable, realist drama about a generation lost in the euphoria of freedom yet stalked by a darker cultural history.
A group of circus artists explore a construction site in Tel Aviv.
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Grafting a social conscience onto Barrie’s blithely heartless hero isn’t as easy as re-attaching lost shadows.
It’s not every day that you get to hear a Shakespeare play (or at least a play partly by Shakespeare) for the first time.