Even without its climactic sequel this is a roguishly appealing, stand-alone historical romp.
S-27, while committed and sometimes compelling, lacks detail, credibility and grit.
In their grimy, bloodied hands, Sophocles’ drama acquires an unpretentious, slightly battered and totally compelling integrity.
Warm, wise and beguiling, The Frog Princess is fifty minutes of rough magic that takes its audience on an epic imaginative journey.
Is a work of art only as interesting as the sex-life of its creator?
Dominic Hill’s production is gutsy, inventive and stylish, finding a gripping, discomfiting immediacy in Ibsen’s perplexing tall-tale.
The company are obviously talented and brimming with energy, but this patchy adaptation lacks both pathos and pace
An old-fashioned confection of kindly wish-fulfilment, Country Magic appeals to the enduring desire that small miracles might somewhere, and somehow, occur.
Edward Gant’s Amazing Feats of Loneliness is Anthony Neilson’s homage to the garish and cruel spectacle of the nineteenth-century freak-show.
Veering between silliness and savagery, at times The Story of Vasco feels like a mind-bending collision of Milligan and Lorca.