Tunnel 228 isn't meant to be found (i.e. stumbled upon at random); you're meant to find it (i.e. actively seek it out).
In Blood: The Bacchae fuses the story of Besouro, a folk hero of the struggle for Afro-Brazilian equality, with Euripides’ tragedy of a seductive vengeful god returning to claim the worship of his unbelieving homeland. In a circular space, reminiscent … Continued
Dominic Hill’s production is gutsy, inventive and stylish, finding a gripping, discomfiting immediacy in Ibsen’s perplexing tall-tale.
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 is definitely one to watch out for in the future, a face-stuffing feast of polyphonic fantasy, post-colonial farce, and riotous, rumbustious imagining.
Elevator is a strong, enjoyable, realist drama about a generation lost in the euphoria of freedom yet stalked by a darker cultural history.
Diana Damian talks to the makers of Accidental Art, a theatre experiment based on the myth of Oedipus, involving a director, a psychologist and a group of actors.
Even without its climactic sequel this is a roguishly appealing, stand-alone historical romp.
The Midnight Matinee is a scratch night that kicks off at midnight and promises a mixed bill of new work, work-in-progress and general experiment.
Is a work of art only as interesting as the sex-life of its creator?