4:48 Psychosis is Sarah Kane's final play in a body of work that changed the UK/international theatre landscape of the 90's and continues to grow as new companies and directors explore her language and drama.
The Last Days of Judas Iscariot could make a good TV sitcom, but it fails to rise to the interpersonal demands of the stage.
Despite faltering balance towards the end, Le Mariage remains a play to be seen, thought, and talked about!
365 from the National Theatre of Scotland follows a series of teenagers emerging from care, and taking their first steps towards independence in ‘practice flats’. David Harrower’s drama explores the instabilities of identity that assail these young people, abruptly required … Continued
After the relatively short performance of Hilda, I was able to see the last two thirds of Levan Tsuladze’s production of Kakutsa Cholokashvili. This new play by the historian Guram Qartvelishvili explores the life of Kaikhosro Cholokashvili (1888-1930), Georgian national … Continued
Despite a few wobbles The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe bodes well for a productive conjunction of company and venue.
Warm, wise and beguiling, The Frog Princess is fifty minutes of rough magic that takes its audience on an epic imaginative journey.
The Girlfriend Experience is the most honest, educational and unexpectedly life-affirming play I’ve seen in a very long time.
David Leveaux’s production dazzles, but is to be commended for not being content with that alone – it preserves the heart of Stoppard’s play.
This unconventional bio-drama is like a macabre inversion of the usual Christmas theatre outing.