Witchcraft is definitely not for the linguistically faint-hearted, nor for those who can't handle a few clunking plot-devices.
Alexander Fiske-Harrison’s new play at the Jermyn Street Theatre is well-made in every sense of the term.
In The Elephant’s Child and Just So from Metta Theatre, a company of eight present a series of semi-improvised animal fables, followed by a puppet-opera explaining the origin of the pachyderm’s proboscis. Some of the stories are underpinned by music, … Continued
As part of their 80th anniversary celebration and as a precursor of the International Festival in Tbilisi next year, the Marjanishvili State Drama Theatre invited directors, dramaturgs and producers from Israel, Romania, and London to come and see their work. … Continued
Eonnagata is a diffuse, episodic and sometimes meandering meditation upon identity and gender, with moments of painful intensity interspersed with passages of narrative obscurity.
Holy Mothers is full of surreal religious moments, and while not always explored to their fullest extent, they add an evocative dimension to Schwab’s renowned Austrian cynicism.
This second round of reviews from the Arcola's Adventures in Movement Festival includes coverage of Mass Exercise and Vulnerasti.
This is an ambitious project that sets out to explore the power of humour as a weapon of torture, and very much succeeds.
Petrushka is an ambitious conglomeration of jokes, dance, music, tragedy and magic tricks.
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.