Cinderella, fairy tales, waitresses and Transylvanian vampires collide in After Cinderella and Violet Smile at the Arcola Theatre.
This second round of reviews from the Arcola's Adventures in Movement Festival includes coverage of Mass Exercise and Vulnerasti.
In the final installment of her Adventures in Movement coverage, Diana Damian reviews It Happens..., TAT TAT TAT and May I....
4:48 Psychosis is Sarah Kane's final play in a body of work that changed the UK/international theatre landscape of the 90's and continues to grow as new companies and directors explore her language and drama.
The Only Girl in the World insists upon the importance of remembering the real people who get lost when public horrors shatter hidden, private lives.
Some of the satirical prey we’re stalking may be a little long in the tooth, but Wolves at the Window proves that there are plenty of larks to be had in the hunting of geriatric lions.
Despite faltering balance towards the end, Le Mariage remains a play to be seen, thought, and talked about!
Torn revolves around a love story between two young adults against the will of their families.
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
Lorca Dreams is a strange and playfully morbid fantasia on the life and works of Federico García Lorca. Performed in Spanish with English surtitles, the piece weaves together extracts from the poet’s works, devised scenes inspired by his biography, and … Continued