Director of The Rain Emperor, Judy Jacob talks about the background to the project and the musical legacy of her late father, Robert Jacob.
Jack Pratchard is a brilliant feat of storytelling, with a timeless feel and an imaginative use of theatrical medium.
Once again, the DryWrite team have put together an event that challenges and inspires participants and watchers to take risks, make imaginative leaps and think in new ways about the process and purpose of writing for the theatre.
Diana Damian speaks to Brummie Spoken Word artist, Polarbear, about his show RETURN and his unique approach to performance.
With a bit of luck/polite persistence and some good ideas, you should find someone to work with.
Cinderella, fairy tales, waitresses and Transylvanian vampires collide in After Cinderella and Violet Smile at the Arcola Theatre.
Can a Shakespearean play work without Shakespeare’s language? Pawel Szkotak proves so in his nightmarishly perverse adaptation of Macbeth.
Punchdrunk have woven iconic cultural references from the myth of Faust into the physical appearance of the rooms, corridors and stairwells of the building at 21 Wapping Lane.
This second round of reviews from the Arcola's Adventures in Movement Festival includes coverage of Mass Exercise and Vulnerasti.
In part 3 of his Fringe round-up, Matt Boothman looks at the relationship between physical theatre and technology, highlighting anomie by Precarious and Borges and I by Idle Motion.