It’s hard not to be impressed by a show that handles a demanding crowd so deftly, charming kids and adults alike, without ever seeming to try too hard.
Petrushka is an ambitious conglomeration of jokes, dance, music, tragedy and magic tricks.
A confident, charming, polished and thoroughly reliable seasonal entertainment for the very littlest theatre-goers.
Jack Pratchard is a brilliant feat of storytelling, with a timeless feel and an imaginative use of theatrical medium.
Once upon a time, there lived a sultan who was tormented in his dreams by visions of a little girl who was travelling through time. This is his story, incredible but true.
If you haven’t been to the Little Angel, then get it sorted. Seriously. It’s one of the few theatres in London where I can’t remember ever being disappointed by a show.
Complicité’s new endeavour, Shun-kin, is a tale of love, obsession, devotion, and selflessness – one that will stay with me for a long time.
Among the high-flying tech moguls of Silicon Valley Loren Feldman is something of an awkward rarity. He’s an agent-provocateur, a performer deft in the derrisory or to quote him in his own words, a “New York loud mouth kind of … Continued
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