The Girlfriend Experience is the most honest, educational and unexpectedly life-affirming play I’ve seen in a very long time.
Meyerhold was in search of a new kind of theatre; one that could widen its emotional potential to express new thoughts and ideas and reflect the times in which he was living.
The Forest Fringe is set to challenge every convention in sight, from the role of the audience right up to what we can comfortably classify as theatre.
I left A Midsummer Night’s Dream just in time to catch a truly unique show by Beso Kupreishvili’s Fingers Theatre. The company used a well-known Rock music video (the name and title of which I cannot divulge due to copyright … Continued
In February 2005 I saw the show at the Tiny Alice theatre with a real cast, real musicians, costumes, voices, singing and dancing and not once was the war mentioned.
The play does a great job putting the problems of today's multicultural London in perpsective, as each generation of immigrants eventually integrates into British life and then takes its turn oppressing the next.
Translating aesthetic representation into direct social action is a problem that challenges the limits of radical theatre and its potential to instigate change.
We’ve entered an era of free and open information on the web, partly due to current revenue models and user trends but partly because the old institutions of knowledge cannot survive offline.
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
Director of The Rain Emperor, Judy Jacob talks about the background to the project and the musical legacy of her late father, Robert Jacob.